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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Atletico 16 7 1 55
3 Valencia 14 4 6 46
4 Real Madrid 13 6 4 45
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 By PA Sport

Coutinho goal helps Barcelona reach fifth straight Copa del Rey final

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Ernesto Valverde credits substitute Philippe Coutinho for propelling Barcelona to their Copa del Rey semi-final win over Valencia.

Record signing Philippe Coutinho came off the bench to score his first goal for Barcelona as they reached the Copa del Rey final with a 2-0 win at Valencia, progressing 3-0 on aggregate.

Coutinho was brought off the bench at half-time for his fifth appearance since his £142 million switch from Liverpool last month and scored four minutes after the restart, sending the ball into the corner of the net having slid to meet Luis Suarez's cross.

Ivan Rakitic, also teed up by Suarez, then added the...

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Valencia boss Marcelino asks fans to help defend against Barcelona

Watch the full match highlights as a thunderous Angel Correa strike on 59 minutes proved the winner in a fairly uneventful clash between Atletico and Valencia at Wanda Metropolitano
An Angel Correa wonder-goal was enough for Atletico Madrid to sneak past Valencia 1-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano

Marcelino has urged Valencia to play with their heads as well as their hearts as they attempt to edge past Barcelona into the Copa del Rey final.

The sides meet in the second leg of their semifinal showdown at the Mestalla on Thursday evening with Barca carrying a 1-0 lead into the game courtesy of Luis Suarez's lone strike at the Nou Camp last week.

Coach Marcelino knows the hosts are up against it if they are to beat the Catalan giants, who last lost in Valencia in March 2008, but is confident...