Soccer / zlatan ibrahimovic

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The day when Palop annoyed Messi and Zlatan
Source In the 2009-10 season, those led by Manolo Jiménez left Guardiola's all-powerful Barça in the last 16 of the Copa del Rey. The Sevilla of the 2009-10 campaign did not go down in history because of its great football. He did, however, to snatch a Copa del Rey from Atletico Madrid, winning the Camp Nou final and eliminating Barcelona before the round of 16. Although it had started as a shot, Sevilla reached the tie against the Catalans with doubts. Those caused by a double loss against Getafe (1-2) and Atlético de Madrid (2-1) in the league. However, a Night of Kings, the Andalusians hit the big bell at the Camp Nou, beating Barcelona's Guardiola, the six titles, 1-2. Capel advanced to the hispalenses half an hour from the end and, despite the tie of Ibrahimovic, a penalty from Álvaro Negredo, just a minute later, put the tie very uphill for Barcelona ahead of the return. Between the clash of Ciudad Condal and that of Sánchez Pizjuán, Sevilla would add a new league defeat against Racing de Santander (1-2), which, although it would begin to move the Andalusians away from the top of the table, did not it would remove not an iota of moral for the return. That day, Barcelona had chances of all colors, all very well suffocated by Palop and by the defensive framework of Manolo Jiménez. Xavi made the 0-1 and Barça was a goal of the comeback, but this would never come despite the entrance to the desperate Pedro and Bojan. Almost unwittingly, Sevilla had become the first team to end Guardiola's reign at Barcelona after his historic first season.
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