Ronaldo collects Ozil's chipped pass and slashes a shot at goal which beats Pinto but not Mascherano who clears the ball from the line. Fermín Martínez Ibáñez (Navarre) Free-kick in a dangerous area. Get emailing! 28min Fight! great facial hair lads, Enrique Lima is back: "I love it! All Barca now. I am a Scot by the way who is being amused by what I'm witnessing from teams who can do so much better". Another free-kick. Real break quickly, Alonso plays low pass to Ronaldo who skips past Adriano but hits resulting drive wide of far post. Marcelo clears the danger, though, as Villa lurked in the box, 19min: Barcelona getting into this match now, particularly Messi who has switched wings with Pedro and is playing on right-wing. That boy could have had a hat-trick. Has just gone into a collision with Carvalho that has left the former Chelsea defender lying on the pitch in agony. Alves to take... 61min: Messi actually took free-kick, was hit into the wall and easily cleared. I don't sadly Frank but hopefully someone out there does. 70min: Adebayor on for Ozil. 75min Messi forces Casillas into a save with a low drive and the Real keeper has to react again to claw Pedro's curling shot away from goal and away for a corner. 114min: Barcelona have squeezed right up, their defence is practically in the Real half.  Ramos later joked that he had not dropped the cup, but that the cup jumped down to meet the fans. Fight! 30min: Ronaldo close to scoring again but he can't connect with Arbeloa's excellent cross after finding himself in space inside the box. Nothing provokes the pedants like joking about pedantry". Lots of shots right now of Barcelona fans looking glum. Replays show that Carvalho was mainly at fault; charged into the Barcelona man and got hurt as a result. This from Shankar Kalyanaraman: "If Enrique Lima were indeed a trained pedant, he would say 'As atrained pedant, I should point out' instead of 'As a trained pedant,it's my job to point out.' Adebayor looks set to come on for Real... 69min: Pedro has ball in the back of the net but it's given offside. The Mestalla is packed out and Rafa Benítez is in the Sky studio. Barca are also changed, with their regular Cope del Rey goalkeeper José Manuel Pinto coming in for Victor Valdes and Javier Mascherano replacing the injured Carlos Puyol. Real may end up regretting not taking their chances... 59min: Yellow card for Alonso after the midfielder pulls Messi back before also tackling the Argentina forward from behind. Forgot to mention earlier that Granero was brought on for Khedira straight after Ronaldo scored. Best chance of the match by far, It came from Ozil's cross and Pepe's determination to get over Alves and to the ball first, Half-time Barcelona 0-0 Real Madrid A cagey, stop-start game which Real have dominated. No penalty given. Ronaldo with a throw-in. Andrew Rae also wants me to stick to my word and eat my keyboard. Not seen that one myself to be honest... 8min Mascherano called into centre-back duty to clear a low cross from Khedira. April 2011 certainly is a wonderful month for followers of Spanish football, since great progress from Los Cules and Los Blancos in all competitions have added a bunch of Clasicos to their agendas. 88min Oh Ronaldo goes close. Real will fancy their chances in the upcoming Champions League semi-final, which begins on Wednesday. Real dominated the first-half, Barcelona the second, so I suppose extra-time is fair. Real Madrid win their first Cope del Rey since 1993 and their first trophy in three years. I don't think they've had one shot on target, 36min Ronaldo forces Pinto into a low save, 38min Oh for...another free-kick as Alves is deemed to have fouled someone in white on the far side. He found himself in space inside the area and hit a curling right-footed shot only to see Alves block it superbly. I feel little of this match will now be played in their part of the pitch. Ok, we're close to kick-off here. Madrid the better side in the first half, but for the sake of good entertaining football I hope Barca prevail over José's ultra defensive counter attack game! We may have a Grease 2 on our hands, or, dare I say it, a Honey We Shrunk Ourselves. ", And we're off. Thanks for getting in touch Mark Gillies, who has joined us having watched the enthralling north London derby. Ball back in Barcelona possession... Simon Frank asks this: "Why is Adebayor number 6 but number 28 in Champions League games? With José Mourinho involved, it's bound to at least be eventful. The midfielder definitely deserved to see yellow, It's getting catty on the emails. Xavi and Iniesta just can't get the ball and dictate play in the way they're used to, 34min Barcelona's first booking of the night, for Pedro. 13min Real really pressing Barcelona in midfield, Pepe in particular. The match was a traditional 'El Clásico' rivalry between Barcelona and Real Madrid which took place on 20 April 2011 at the Mestalla Stadium in Valencia, making it the sixth such Copa del Rey final (the most recent in April 1990 at the same venue), just four days after the two teams played each other in La Liga and seven days before they met in the UEFA Champions League semi-final first leg. Naughty, naughty. In contrast, the men from Madrid have not won this showpiece since 1993 and their current 17-season drought is the longest in the club's 110-year history• The last time these sides met in the final was in 1990, when Barcelona won 2-0 at the Mestalla, where tonight's encounter is also taking place. David Walker has had his say: "Turgid matches with two teams more intent on kicking each other than the ball.  There were many fouls in the match, with the referee issuing eight yellow cards. If so, can I just let her know that this game looks like it might go into extra-time, and if it does I'm going to be home late. Play getting bogged down in midfield with nobody able to string a decent number of passes together. Full-time at White Hart Lane: Tottenham 3-3 Arsenal. But let's not get pessimistic. A rare sight indeed. 54min: Real pressing hard in midfield again but Barcelona starting to keep the ball better, and Messi has forced a corner after his through-pass to Pedro was blocked by Carvalho. Can't get to all, so here's the latest, from Peter Turner: "To defend Enrique Lima's pedant status against the sloppy Shankar Kalyanaraman, Enriquehe never claimed he was a well trained pedant." Fourth official: Barcelona 0-1 Real Madrid (Ronaldo). Given the talent on show and the prize on offer, this could be a fantastic follow-up to the weekend's showing, a Toy Story 2 if you like. Still Barcelona have not hit the target, incredible. Sadly Andrew, Rob Bagchi has gone home for the night so he can't do a MBM on my shame! 118min: Adebayor and then Ronaldo go close for Real after Alonso's free-kick is not cleared properly by Real. 117min: Ronaldo fouled by Adriano as he broke from deep. That was close again from Real. 14min Another free-kick. Hard to disagree after their performance in the first 35 minutes of the match. I believe my wife may be following this MBM. 120min: Into stoppage time now. Barcelona 2011, Copa Del Rey Final: Real Madrid Win Copa Del Rey 1-0 After Extra Time VIDEO: Sergio Ramos Drops Copa Del Rey Under Bus Barcelona 2011, Copa Del Rey Final… Cristiano Ronaldo's extra-time header sealed a 1-0 win for Real Madrid and gave José Mourinho his first trophy in Spain, Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates scoring the goal that helped Real Madrid to victory over Barcelona in the Cope del Rey final. Thanks all. • In total, these sides have met in the Copa del Rey final five times, with Barcelona winning three and Real two. Tremendous reaction from Alves! Pepe had best chance for Mourinho's men late on with a diving header that crashed the inside of the post, Mourinho's tactics have been spot-on; getting his midfielders to close down Barcelona's three in the centre of the pitch quickly while his full-backs, Marceloa and Arbeloa, have given Messi and Pedro no time to settle on the flanks while also playing the ball to Real's own wide-men, Di Maria and Ozil, as soon as possible. Meaoww, 23min: Another free-kick as Ozil is deemed to have pushed Adriano. The winger gets second yellow card after tripping Messi. Mourinho has two subs left, while Guardiola has all three. Just to recap, here are the players that have been booked so far: Real: Pepe, Alonso, Adebayor. 12min Real come close. 107min: Barcelona sub: Keita on for Busquets.
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