Learn How Real Madrid Beat Barcelona in the Copa del Rey Final April 17 2014, 0 Comments

Both of Real Madrid's goals in the final came as the result of counter attacks.
Goal 1- Isco passed to Bale, who found Benzema on the left wing. Benzema played Di Maria in with one touch and he surged into the box to shoot into the bottom corner.
A textbook counter attack.
Goal 2- After a Barcelona turnover, Gareth Bale received the ball at the halfway line and raced down the left wing before sliding the ball past Pinto to give Madrid the lead for good with five minutes remaining.


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Not to be forgotten is Barcelona's equalizer in the second half. Barca won a corner and Bartra powered a header into the top left-hand corner past Casillas, who was scored on for the first time in nine Copa del Rey matches this season.
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