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Barcelona wanted a trophy to ease their Champions League heartache but instead fell to another shock defeat as Valencia pulled off a thrilling 2-1 victory on Saturday to win the Copa del Rey.
Rodrigo Moreno, the scorer of the second goal, put Barcelona in a state of shock. The Valencia striker made it 2-0 after a great move by Soler down the right.
Valencia took the lead in the Copa del Rey final with 21 minutes on the clock when Rodrigo Moreno finished off a good move which started with a long move which Gaya controlled and then he put a perfect ball for Gameiro to fire home after the Frenchman dribbled past Lenglet.
Rodrigo Moreno had the first dangerous opportunity of the Copa del Rey final. He took advantage of a defensive error, but after going round Cillessen, he got overconfident and Pique cleared off the line.
Once the storm passes, the calm will come. And they're there, Atletico must look at the transfer market and choose with careful precision which player will come to the Wanda Metropolitano as a new star.
Barcelona is still in the midst of preparation for next season. Although they know that some of their targets would require a large expense, they have not taken their eyes off the Valencia striker, who has Ernesto Valverde's backing.
A Rodrigo goal and a Ramos penalty cancelled out a King penalty for Norway, and Spain emerge victorious after the first Group F match of the Euro 2020 qualifiers.
Valencia will contest the Copa del Rey final two months after their 100th birthday, which has Rodrigo Moreno feeling very proud.
Valencia set up a Copa del Rey final clash with Barcelona on Thursday as Rodrigo's second-half goal sealed a 1-0 second-leg win over Real Betis at the Mestalla.
Rodrigo scored a hat-trick as Valencia staged a stunning late fightback at the Mestalla to stun ten-man Getafe 3-2 on aggregate to reach the Copa del Rey semi-finals on Tuesday.
England's emphatic 2-3 victory away at Real Betis' Estadio Benito Villamarín could have been very different if the referee had awarded a penalty after Jordan Pickford jostled with Rodrigo Moreno in his penalty area. The 'Three Lions' won in Spain for the first time since 1987.
Valencia and Spain striker Rodrigo Moreno was strongly linked to Real Madrid in the summer, but ahead of England's showdown with Spain in Seville, he has fondly recalled his time at the much less glamorous Bolton Wanderers in an interview with 'The Guardian'.
Spain have put their disastrous World Cup campaign behind them in style this international break, following up on Saturday’s victory over England with a 6-0 hammering of Croatia in Elche to continue new manager Luis Enrique’s perfect start at the head of the team.