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Borja: “The defensive strength in 2013 together with everyone’s contribution has guaranteed our permanence”
Castilla defeated Lugo 3-1 in the Alfredo Di Stefano stadium to secure the squad a spot in La Liga Adelante next season. A clash that Borja, author of one of the three goals, summed up: We knew that they’re a side that plays really solid football and we tried to put the pressure on from the start. They’re a skilled team and in the end they scored a goal that put us against the ropes, but this squad has proved that we know how to play and outperform our rivals. We scored the third, we calmed down a bit and we managed to mathematically secure our permanence.
Toril: “We’re really pleased because permanence is now mathematically guaranteed”
Castilla’s win against Lugo secures the reserve team’s spot in the 2nd Division next season and was a deserved win for a side that outperformed the rival from the starting whistle. Coach Alberto Toril assessed the match: I’m pleased for the men because they’re extremely talented; it was a tough match. We played a fantastic first half, we had a lot more shots than they did and they scored off a set piece. They put the pressure on a bit in the second half without having many chances to score and the match evened out a little.
3-1: A win against Lugo to sentence Castilla’s permanence
A win that means twice as much for Castilla. On the one hand, the team continues its streak of undefeated matches in 2013 in the Alfredo Di Stefano stadium; more importantly, the win mathematically guarantees Castilla’s permanence in the 2nd Division. The Whites outperformed and overpowered Lugo, completely dominating the match to leave their rival without options and without a win. Thanks to a goal from Borja and a brace from Morata this is the sixteenth La Liga Adelante win for Toril’s squad. A new victory to keep the Whites at a comfortable spot on the table with 54 points.
Real Madrid will look for its thirtieth win in the Liga regular season against Lagun Aro in the last match
One team is looking for its best percentage of wins since the 84-85 season; the other is trying to stop this from becoming its worst season. Real Madrid and Lagun Aro will face each other in the Palacio de los Deportes in the last match day of the Liga regular season (18:00). Madrid, which has already done what it needed to, will try to get its 30th win in the competition while the team from San Sebastián is looking for a win to take away the bad taste from the last round of matches when it lost by the smallest of margins in the last second against Barcelona. Nikola Mirotic will miss the match because of discomfort in his right knee. The reserve player Willy Hernangómez has been called up.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 55th goal this season
Cristiano Ronaldo scored with a header from an Özil assist against Atlético de Madrid in the final of the Copa, scoring his 55th goal this season in the same number of matches. The Madrid player’s scoring ability has enabled him to reach this stage in this season with a scoring record of a goal a game across the four competitions he has appeared in. Furthermore, with this latest goal he is leading the table of goal-scorers for 2013 across Europe’s five biggest leagues. This year he has managed 33 goals, 32 of them for Real Madrid and one for Portugal.
Carvalho turns 35 today
Carvalho turns 35 today. The Portuguese player joined Real Madrid’s squad in the summer of 2010 and since then he has added to his long list of honours with a Liga, a Copa del Rey and a Spanish Supercup. The central defender has contributed with his experience of élite football since the day he joined the club and has appeared in 14 matches this season.
Mourinho: "It is not a fair result, but that’s the way it is"
Jose Mourinho spoke to the media after the cup final. The Whites’ coach was disappointed that his team could not win the title despite having numerous chances: "When the score was 1-1 and you hit the post three times you do not need to be a footballing genius to realise that it is not normal. If at least one of those three shots had gone in we’d have won the match. I think we should have won the match inside 90 minutes, but we did not manage that and then they scored in extra time, we had two clear chances for Higuain and Ozil. It is not the result we deserved, but that’s the way it is. In football everything is forgotten about, refereeing, hitting the post ... The history books will remember the winner and that is Atletico".
Sergio Ramos: “We made four or five clear chances but we didn't take advantage”
Sergio Ramos spoke just after the the final against Atlético Madrid finished. The defender explained his view of the match: You have to congratulate our rivals, who won fairly. Perhaps after the first goal we relaxed and pulled back a bit. We made four or five clear chances but we didn't take advantage. If we had done that we wouldn't be here regretting the loss or speaking about it. That is the truth and it must be taken on board. It was a pity we couldn't raise this trophy for the fans.
Diego Lopez: “We were unlucky”
Diego Lopez regretted the team's bad luck in a game where they weren't inferior to Atletico de Madrid. We were unlucky today. We hit the post three times and had clear opportunities at goal; eight or nine times out of ten our playing today would be enough to win. The keeper also acknowledged the fans: As always, we'd like to thank them for their support.
Albiol: “We did enough to win and had bad luck with hitting the posts”
Raúl Albiol analysed the Copa del Rey final in the mixed zone: We did enough to win and had very bad luck with hitting the posts. It is obvious that we had clear scoring opportunities and if we had taken them everything would have been different. In the second half we played better, we had chances and we have not taken them. Atlético have played their way.
Real Madrid’s team accumulates 25 Copa titles
The experience will play in favour of the Real Madrid team in the Copa del Rey final against Atlético. The vast majority of team players (18 of 25) already have this competition under their belt. In addition, 16 players won the title with the white team at Mestalla two seasons ago. In total, the team accumulates 32 Cups. Carvalho, with five, and Essien, with four, are the players with most trophies.
Real Madrid want to conquer their 19th Copa del Rey against Atletico
Tonight Real Madrid face another final with their sights set on winning their 19th Copa el Rey. To bring the trophy home the squad will have to beat Atletico in an overflowing Santiago Bernabeu divided equally between the two team’s supporters; the much-anticipated match kicks off at 9:30 p.m. (La 1). The side managed by coach Jose Mourinho, who has already beaten Atletico twice this season in La Liga, will seek the second Copa title in just three years with the help of Cristiano Ronaldo’s attacking power. The Real forward has netted 54 goals so far this season between all competitions and has been the top scorer in the Copa for three years running.
The Santiago Bernabéu is the stadium where most Copa del Rey finals have been held
Since opening in 1947, the Santiago Bernabéu has hosted the Copa final on 35 occasions. The last one took place in 2007 and faced Sevilla and Getafe. The Real Madrid stadium has a big difference on the other ones, being the one that has hosted this match most often. The white team, which was champion on home ground in 1962 and 1980, faces its ninth final against Atlético in this setting, with the purpose of adding the nineteenth Copa del Rey in the club's history.
Castilla seeks to mathematically certify their permanence in the Second Division against Lugo
Castilla’s second to last clash before their fans in the Alfredo Di Stéfano stadium this season. Toril’s team, which has had the least number of goals against them as the home team in 2013, faces the 39th Second Division game, hosting Lugo, a direct rival against whom they could mathematically ensure their permanence in the Second Division (6:00 pm). The white team will take advantage of their unbeaten and maximum-scoring status at home this year to achieve their objective.
Casado: “We are going to fight to be the best reserve team in Spain”
Day number 39 for the first Real Madrid reserve team. Alberto Toril's pupils face a new challenge in the league at the Alfredo Di Stéfano. The white team will host Lugo, ranked thirteenth with 49 points (tomorrow, 18:00 hours). With four games to go in the campaign, the Castilla will fight to maintain their unbeaten run at home. Jorge Casado, one of the team’s left-backs, made the objective clear in order to face the final stretch of the season: "We will fight to be the best reserve team in Spain. I think it's possible, we have a very good dynamic and that defeat in the last match against Racing was just a hiccup. Now we play at home, which we do better, and we will raise our head ".
Madrid’s route to the final of the Copa
In order to reach their 38th Copa de España final, Real Madrid have had to overcome Alcoyano, Celta, Valencia and Barcelona on the way. Cristiano Ronaldo has once again been decisive this season and will go into the final as the team’s leading scorer with six goals. Madrid’s Copa-2012-13 record so far is: five wins, two draws, one defeat, 19 goals scored and 6 conceded.
Rudy Fernández, most spectacular player in the Liga Endesa
Real Madrid’s Mallorcan small forward, Rudy Fernández, has been named the most spectacular player in the Liga Endesa by the ACB. The Madrid player is one of the competition’s big stars and has entertained the fans with his wide repertoire of slam-dunks, steals, alley-oops and unbelievable three-pointers.
18th Spanish Cup: 2011
Real Madrid brought in Jose Mourinho to return the club to its winning ways. The Portuguese manager had enjoyed success at each of his previous teams, and Real Madrid would not be the exception. In his first season with the club, Real Madrid won its 18th Copa del Rey 18 years after the last.
17th Spanish Cup: 1993
Benito Floro's Real Madrid returned to Mestalla for yet another Copa del Rey final, this time to face Zaragoza. They eliminated Barcelona in the semifinals by drawing 1-1 at the Bernabeu and winning 2-1 at Camp Nou. The Whites defeated Zaragoza 2-0 thanks to an impressive strike from Butragueño and another by Lasa. The victory allowed the Quinta del Buitre to respond to critics who said they performed under par in decisive games. This was the last time Real Madrid won the Copa del Rey.
16th Spanish Cup: 1989
Leo Beenhakker's Real Madrid had reinforced itself with Bernd Schuster, who now played alongside Michel, Martin Vazquez and Gallego in midfield. They won La Liga with a 5-point cushion over Barcelona, and they defeated Valladolid 1-0 in the final of the Copa del Rey.
15th Spanish Cup: 1982
Stielike, Camacho and Juanito were the leaders of the Real Madrid squad. The team didn't have a good run neither in La Liga nor in the UEFA Cup, which forced the dismisall of coach Boskov. Molowny took over and, just nine days later, won the Copa del Rey final against Sporting Gijon.
14th Spanish Cup: 1980
This edition of the Copa del Rey was rather strange because both Real Madrid and its second team, Castilla, reached the final. This was unprecedented in Spanish football and has never happened since.
13th Spanish Cup: 1975
Real Madrid won both La Liga and the Copa in the 1974/75 campaign. The Whites won the former with a 12-point lead over Zaragoza thanks to the excellent work of new coach Miljanic and singings Roberto Martinez, Heredia and Breitner. Goalkeeper Miguel Angel was the hero of the Copa final.
12th Spanish Cup: 1974
Real Madrid showered all their opponents leading up to the final with goals at the Bernabeu. They didn't lose a single game in the tournament. Foreigners were not allowed to participate in this edition of the Copa.
11th Spanish Cup: 1970
The hip Real Madrid side of the 1960s had won the league title and the European Cup, but not the Copa del Rey. Led by a stellar Amancio (6 strikes in the tournament), they won the trophy in 1970, sealing a 17-year run of winning at least one title per season.
10th Spanish Cup: 1962
The 1962 Copa title was won by a Real Madrid squad with the likes of Di Stefano, Gento, Marquitos, Puskas... They had won five consecutive European Cup titles the previous decade and now managed to defeat Sevilla in a hard fought Copa final. Real Madrid won eight of their nine games in the tournament, including a 3-1 win at Camp Nou.
9th Spanish Cup: 1947
The 1946/47 seasopn will be remembered for Real Madrid's victory over Espanyol in overtime to take their ninth Copa title. The Madridistas didn't have a good run in La Liga, finshing seventh on the table.
8th Spanish Cup 1946
Real Madrid had to wait ten years to win the Copa again. They did so at Montjuic Stadium.
7th Spanish Cup: 1936
This match was the last in Ricardo Zamora's career. The legendary goalkeeper gave a key performance in Real Madrid's triumph over Barcelona. Eugenio and Simon Lecue scored early in the match, but Barça cut distanches short on the 27-minute mark with a goal from Escola (2-1). Zamora made a spectacular save in the final minutes of the game to clear a shot by Escola. This was the first Copa final between Real Madrid and Barcelona. It took place just days before the outbreak of the Civil War.
5th Spanish Cup: 1917
Real Madrid's road to their fifth Copa del Rey title was long and tough. They played four tie break matches throughout the tournament and eventually defeated Arenas Guecho in the Barcelona final.
6th Spanish Cup: 1934
Thanks to being champions of the Centre-South region, Real Madrid began their participation in the 1934 Copa in the Round of 16. The championship was now called the Copa del Presidente de la Republica.
4th Spanish Cup: 1908
Real Madrid won the Copa del Rey a fourth straight year in 1908, establishing a record that has yet to be beaten and has only been equalled by Athletic Bilbao. Athletic refused to participate in 1908 alleging bad behaviour from the crowd during the previous edition. Other teams declined the invitation to participate due to financial troubles.
3rd Spanish Cup: 1907
Real Madrid were allowed to retain the trophy on site after winning it a third straight year. This edition of the Copa del Rey was the most vibrant and toughest to date. Five teams participated in a league championship system. Madrid and Vizcaya drew at the top of the table and needed a final between them to serve as tie break.
2nd Spanish Cup: 1906
The Copa del Rey was held in Madrid again. Real and Athletic were joined by Recreativo Huelva for this edition of the tournament.
1st Spanish Cup: 1905
The tournament was held in Madrid and only three teams participated. A triangular competition system was used, meaning all sides played against each other.
Hettsheimeir: “It was a great win”
Rafael Hettsheimeir spoke after Real Madrid’s win in Badalona and said that it was a great win. He also added that they will try to beat Lagun Aro in the Palacio de los Deportes to round off an excellent regular season: Now we just have one match left, which we also want to win so we can finish the regular season in the best possible way.
Real Madrid's 18 Spanish Cup titles
Real Madrid has won 18 Spanish Cup in its history. The Whites have the honour of having become, in 1907, the first team to be allowed to keep the trophy, and also of being the club that has appeared in the final most often. Against Atlético de Madrid they will play in the decisive match for the 38th time, and will try to add a new chapter in their history, to be remembered by all Madrid fans.
Laso: “The team has responded very well”
Pablo Laso looked very satisfied with his team’s victory on a difficult court and after a weekend of maximum effort for the Euroleague final: The team has responded very well. We went from less to more and our third quarter was key to achieving victory.
Real Madrid and Atlético are backing the Madrid 2020 bid
Real Madrid once again demonstrated their backing for the Madrid 2020 bid. The president, Florentino Pérez, went to Madrid City Hall together with Enrique Cerezo, his Atlético counterpart, in order to show support for the bid from the Spanish capital to host the Olympic Games which are to be held in seven years. I am very proud to have reached the final of the King's Cup against a rival we respect and love thanks to the efforts of the squad, the staff and the energy of the fans", declared the head of the Madrid club during the event also attended by, among others, the Mayoress of Madrid, Ana Botella, and the president of the Spanish Football Federation, Ángel María Villar. Florentino Pérez and Enrique Cerezo presented the mayoress with a frame containing shirts signed by the two finalists with the numbers on the back forming 2020.
64-85: Real Madrid racks up their 15th win on the road in Badalona
Real Madrid demonstrated their mental fortitude and overcame last weekend’s exhausting play in London to clearly overcome Fiatc Joventut in their last trip of the Regular League. With this win in the postponed 33rd game, based on an extraordinary third quarter with a partial score of 29-13, in which Carroll (16 points and 19 evaluation in 15 minutes) and Darden (11 points, five rebounds, and 18 evaluation) stood out, the white team established their own away from home win record in the ACB Regular League with 15 victories.
Xabi Alonso: “We feel confident and we’re going to give our all to win the Copa”
This Friday Xabi Alonso will experience his first single-leg final in the Santiago Bernabeu stadium. The Real midfielder knows that it will be a different match from those that are usually played at home, making it clear to Realmadrid.com and Realmadrid TV that his team will do everything possible to defeat Atletico to win the Copa del Rey: We’re going to give our all to win the final. We feel confident and in good form. We want to win this title and all our ambition is focused on winning it. All the ingredients are there to make it a great night and we hope that we end it feeling good, happy and with the title in our hands.
Real Madrid is already together for the Copa del Rey final match
The Real Madrid is together to play against the Atletico de Madrid in the final of the Copa del Rey. The 24 players called up by Jose Mourinho left the Santiago Bernabeu stadium headed for the Mirasierra Suites hotel where they will stay until a few hours before the meeting (21:30 hours, the 1).
Sergio Ramos: “We want to return the fan’s affection by winning the Copa del Rey”
Sergio Ramos was interviewed in the Santiago Bernabeu press room the day leading up to the Copa del Rey final. Real Madrid’s second captain analyzed the upcoming match against Atletico and was confident that they’ll be able to dedicate the title to their fans: We know our rival and we know that they’re tough. A title is at stake and we have to be demanding and defend the crest until the end. After what happened in the Champions, which was the last game in the Bernabeu with loads of enthusiasm, we have to try to win the Copa in honour of the fans, to return the affection we felt the day of the match against Borussia. But there are no favourites, the score is set at zero and we’ll give our all like we do in every game and that’s the key.
Mourinho calls up 24 plays for the Copa del Rey final
Jose Mourinho called up 24 players for the Copa del Rey final that Real Madrid will play against Atletico de Madrid in the Santiago Bernabeu (tomorrow, 9:30 p.m., La 1). Only Varane, injured, is missing from the list.
Sergio Garcia wished the squad good luck
The Whites’ last training session at Real Madrid’s Football city in preparation for the Copa del Rey final against Atletico Madrid was attended by golfer Sergio Garcia. The honorary club member greeted and chatted with the Whites’ coaching staff and players following the conclusion of session. Sergio Garcia, who has won the Ryder Cup four times, wished the Real Madrid squad good luck for the big match against Atletico at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Real Madrid look to beat their away wins record against Fiatc Joventut
Real Madrid travel to Badalona to play their last league game on the road against Joventut Fiatc. After playing the Euroleague final, Laso’s team are looking to maintain their pace in the national championship and be in top form for the playoffs, which begin next week. Additionally, the Whites will be looking for a win, their 15th on the road, that would mean that they beat their ACB away wins record. Salva Maldonado’s team, however, come into the game without the possibility of making the title playoffs (21:00, Esport3).
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored eight goals against Atletico
Once again Cristiano Ronaldo will take the reins of Real’s offensive in the upcoming Copa final; the striker is a key piece in most of the Whites’ attacking options. The Portuguese player is confident ahead of the match, facing the final backed by his statistics this season: a total of 54 goals, six of them scored in the Copa del Rey. Moreover, the Whites are up against a rival that has always brought out the best in Cristiano Ronaldo: the forward has scored eight goals in the eight matches he’s played against Atletico. The scene of Friday’s clash will be an added incentive; Cristiano Ronaldo has been on target in the last three derbies against Atletico played at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Higuaín: “The key to winning the Cup is for the team to be at their best, and that’s what we’re trying to do”
Real Madrid is playing a brilliant Copa del Rey and this Friday they will play Atlético de Madrid in the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in the tournament final with the goal of winning the title. Gonzalo Higuaín analyzed this decisive game for the Bwin web page. I hope we win. Afterwards the goals won’t matter if the Cup is ours. If I get to score, that’s great, but our mind is on winning the game, said the forward, who referred to the role that Ronaldo and Falcao will have in the game: Of course they’re going to be important, but the key is for the team to be at its best, and that’s what we’re trying to do. If we can do that, we have great possibilities of the Cup being ours.
Cristiano Ronaldo: “Having the Bernabeu divided 50/50 isn't going to take away our ambition to win this Copa del Rey”
This Friday Crisitano Ronaldo is playing his second Copa del Rey final in barely three years. The Portuguese forward played a key role in the last final, scoring during overtime the conclusive goal with which Real Madrid took the title in Mestalla against Barcelona. This year's final will also be special for him, mainly due to the possibility of winning a title in the Santiago Bernabeu stadium. We have to start off strong, just like this club, the best in the world, knows how. Having the Bernabeu divided 50/50 isn't going to take away our ambition to win this Copa del Rey. We're ready and excited at the prospect of winning this title. I hope that on Friday the bus gets a reception similar to that we experienced against Borussia Dortmund, he revealed to Realmadrid.com and Realmadrid TV.
Castilla is the team in the Second Division with the fewest goals conceded at home in 2013
Castilla is the team in the Second Division with the fewest goals conceded at home so far in 2013. Of the nine games played in the Alfredo Di Stéfano this year, Toril’s players have conceded five goals and are leading this classification ahead of Elche, Córdoba and Hercules. Only Almeria, Guadalajara, Hercules, Huesca and Mirandes have managed to beat the team in its stadium.
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