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The Argentina striker came off injured in the 5-1 win over Tottenham

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PSG striker was banned for lashing out in the last round

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Barcelona 1 Real Madrid 3 (Real Madrid win 4-2 on aggregate)

Mourinho: '1-1 is not a bad result because everything is open and we can score more than one goal there [at Old Trafford]'

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Jose Mourinho expects Xabi Alonso and Karim Benzema to return for Real Madrid's cup clash against Barcelona

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Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho expects to have Xabi Alonso and Karim Benzema back for his side's Copa Del Rey semi-final second leg clash with Barcelona tomorrow night.

Eric Abidal

Barcelona defender Eric Abidal given 'all-clear' to return to action

Abidal has been recovering after undergoing a liver transplant last April

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Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere urged to join Barcelona by Dani Alves

Dani Alves says says the England midfielder can hit the heights of Xavi and Andre Iniesta

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea celebrates at the end of Wednesday’s match at the Bernabeu

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Real Madrid have clash against Barcelona moved forward

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