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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1112d ago | highlight

Highlights: Malaga 2 – 4 Barcelona ( Copa del Rey -- 24/01/13 )

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0-1 Rodriguez (8')

1-1 Joaquin (12')

1-2 Piqué (49')

2-2 Cruz (68')

2-3 Iniesta (76')

2-4 Messi (80') (Barcelona, Copa del Rey, malaga)

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-Mezzo-  +   1112d ago
4 Barca goals & Messi scoring only once, not that;s something you don't see everyday.
sdtarm  +   1112d ago
what you dont see every day is such an amazing game like this one, emotions running high all along as well as a really tight contest during the whole game. And of course, really great football from both teams, although barcelona just edged them due to their more technical players.
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Nes_Daze  +   1112d ago
Great game, Pique's goal was awesome.

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