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Suarez allegedly threatens Espanyol players after Barcelona's fiery Copa del Rey win

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In the official referee's report, the Uruguayan is alleged to have caused a bust-up in the tunnel, which required a security team and coaches from both sides to diffuse



Luis Suarez could face disciplinary action after allegedly threatening Espanyol’s players after Barcelona’s 4-1 victory in the Copa del Rey on Wednesday evening.

Lionel Messi’s double was followed by goals from Gerard Pique and Neymar to seal victory at Camp Nou but Espanyol had both Hernán Pérez and Pape Diop sent off in a fiery second half.

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Copa Del Rey Report : Barcelona 4-1 Espanyol - Messi double helps hosts to comeback win

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The Argentine star equalised and then hit a beautiful free-kick to turn around an early deficit for the Copa del Rey holders, while their rivals saw two men sent off



Barcelona opened up a comfortable lead in their Copa del Rey last-16 clash with Espanyol after winning the first leg 4-1 against nine men at Camp Nou.

After falling behind early on, thanks to Felipe Caicedo’s goal, holders Barca retaliated within four minutes thanks to Lionel Messi and went on to dominate proceedings.

Read more: Copa Del Rey Report : Barcelona 4-1 Espanyol - Messi double helps hosts to comeback win

COC Report : Everton 2-1 Manchester City - Lukaku gives Toffees League Cup advantage

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The Belgian striker bagged his 19th goal of the season to immediately restore the hosts' advantage after substitute Jesus Navas had briefly leveled the scores at Goodison Park



Romelu Lukaku scored the winner for Everton as they beat Manchester City 2-1 in the League Cup semi-final first leg to take a slender advantage to the Etihad Stadium.

Aiming to reach the final for the first time since 1984, Everton took the lead in Wednesday's clash at Goodison Park through Ramiro Funes Mori.

Read more: COC Report : Everton 2-1 Manchester City - Lukaku gives Toffees League Cup advantage

Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool boss might buy in January after injuries

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admitted he may be forced into the transfer market after the Reds' injury problems deepened during their Capital One Cup semi-final, first-leg win at Stoke.

Philippe Coutinho and Dejan Lovren went off with hamstring injuries, and Kolo Toure ended the 1-0 victory with what appeared to be a similar problem.

Klopp had previously said he would not buy new players in January.

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Guardiola: I'm leaving Bayern Munich for the Premier League

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The 44-year-old insists he has not yet decided on his next destination but claims he needs a new challenge after Bayern Munich




Pep Guardiola admits that the reason why he has chosen not to extend his contract with Bayern Munich is because he wants to manage in the Premier League.

Goal understands Manchester City are confident that Guardiola will opt to join them next summer, with the Spaniard key to their transfer plans next summer.

Read more: Guardiola: I'm leaving Bayern Munich for the Premier League


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