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

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

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

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Jack Wilshere seen competing against Andre Iniesta in 2011

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere urged to join Barcelona by Dani Alves

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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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Messi is on target to break his own Spanish league record of 50 goals from last season

Lionel Messi formally signs two-year contract extension with Barcelona

Argentine had already agreed to the new deal

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