Barcelona and PSG Titles in Cup Weekend

  • Barça & PSG, Cup Champions
    1/11 Barcelona struggled to beat Sevilla and win the Copa del Rey, while PSG had it easier to beat Marseille in the French Cup final.
  • Barcelona 2-0 Sevilla
    2/11 Barcelona 2-0 Sevilla (AET): Messi masterclass seals double for Luis Enrique's men: Lionel Messi proved Barcelona's hero in the Copa del Rey final, as the Argentine laid on both of his side's goals to seal a 2-0 victory over Sevilla at the Vicente Calderon. Javier Mascherano's first-half dismissal and Luis Suarez's withdrawal with a hamstring injury kept Barça pegged back throughout, but Ever Banega's dismissal in second-half stoppage time turned the tables. Messi had been subdued throughout, but it was the Argentina star's inch-perfect pass that put Jordi Alba through to score in the 97th minute. After Daniel Carrico saw red to add to the feisty atmosphere, Messi again hit top gear to set up Neymar's clincher.
  • Barcelona 2-0 Sevilla
    3/11 Barcelona 2-0 Sevilla (AET): Messi masterclass seals double for Luis Enrique's men: Lionel Messi proved Barcelona's hero in the Copa del Rey final, as the Argentine laid on both of his side's goals to seal a 2-0 victory over Sevilla at the Vicente Calderon. Javier Mascherano's first-half dismissal and Luis Suarez's withdrawal with a hamstring injury kept Barça pegged back throughout, but Ever Banega's dismissal in second-half stoppage time turned the tables. Messi had been subdued throughout, but it was the Argentina star's inch-perfect pass that put Jordi Alba through to score in the 97th minute. After Daniel Carrico saw red to add to the feisty atmosphere, Messi again hit top gear to set up Neymar's clincher.
  • Barcelona 2-0 Sevilla
    4/11 Barcelona 2-0 Sevilla (AET): Messi masterclass seals double for Luis Enrique's men: Lionel Messi proved Barcelona's hero in the Copa del Rey final, as the Argentine laid on both of his side's goals to seal a 2-0 victory over Sevilla at the Vicente Calderon. Javier Mascherano's first-half dismissal and Luis Suarez's withdrawal with a hamstring injury kept Barça pegged back throughout, but Ever Banega's dismissal in second-half stoppage time turned the tables. Messi had been subdued throughout, but it was the Argentina star's inch-perfect pass that put Jordi Alba through to score in the 97th minute. After Daniel Carrico saw red to add to the feisty atmosphere, Messi again hit top gear to set up Neymar's clincher.
  • Barcelona 2-0 Sevilla
    5/11 Barcelona 2-0 Sevilla (AET): Messi masterclass seals double for Luis Enrique's men: Lionel Messi proved Barcelona's hero in the Copa del Rey final, as the Argentine laid on both of his side's goals to seal a 2-0 victory over Sevilla at the Vicente Calderon. Javier Mascherano's first-half dismissal and Luis Suarez's withdrawal with a hamstring injury kept Barça pegged back throughout, but Ever Banega's dismissal in second-half stoppage time turned the tables. Messi had been subdued throughout, but it was the Argentina star's inch-perfect pass that put Jordi Alba through to score in the 97th minute. After Daniel Carrico saw red to add to the feisty atmosphere, Messi again hit top gear to set up Neymar's clincher.
  • Marseille 2-4 PSG
    6/11 Marseille 2-4 PSG: Ibrahimovic nets brace in cup triumph: Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a brace on his last appearance for Paris Saint-Germain as Laurent Blanc's side completed a second successive domestic treble with a 4-2 victory against Marseille in the final of the Coupe de France. Blaise Matuidi put PSG in front in the third minute, timing his run into the box perfectly to finish off a low cross by Angel Di Maria, but Marseille were level within 10 minutes at the Stade de France when Florian Thauvin rifled into the near post from 20 yards. Ibrahimovic restored PSG's lead within two minutes of the restart, converting a penalty after Matuidi was brought down in the box. Edinson Cavani then finished off a precise Ibrahimovic pass to add a third, and Ibrahimovic himself added the fourth, running on to a Matuidi pass to leave the club on a typically glorious high, after scoring 156 goals in 180 PSG games. Michy Batshuayi pulled a late consolation back for Marseille.
  • Marseille 2-4 PSG
    7/11 Marseille 2-4 PSG: Ibrahimovic nets brace in cup triumph: Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a brace on his last appearance for Paris Saint-Germain as Laurent Blanc's side completed a second successive domestic treble with a 4-2 victory against Marseille in the final of the Coupe de France. Blaise Matuidi put PSG in front in the third minute, timing his run into the box perfectly to finish off a low cross by Angel Di Maria, but Marseille were level within 10 minutes at the Stade de France when Florian Thauvin rifled into the near post from 20 yards. Ibrahimovic restored PSG's lead within two minutes of the restart, converting a penalty after Matuidi was brought down in the box. Edinson Cavani then finished off a precise Ibrahimovic pass to add a third, and Ibrahimovic himself added the fourth, running on to a Matuidi pass to leave the club on a typically glorious high, after scoring 156 goals in 180 PSG games. Michy Batshuayi pulled a late consolation back for Marseille.
  • Marseille 2-4 PSG
    8/11 Marseille 2-4 PSG: Ibrahimovic nets brace in cup triumph: Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a brace on his last appearance for Paris Saint-Germain as Laurent Blanc's side completed a second successive domestic treble with a 4-2 victory against Marseille in the final of the Coupe de France. Blaise Matuidi put PSG in front in the third minute, timing his run into the box perfectly to finish off a low cross by Angel Di Maria, but Marseille were level within 10 minutes at the Stade de France when Florian Thauvin rifled into the near post from 20 yards. Ibrahimovic restored PSG's lead within two minutes of the restart, converting a penalty after Matuidi was brought down in the box. Edinson Cavani then finished off a precise Ibrahimovic pass to add a third, and Ibrahimovic himself added the fourth, running on to a Matuidi pass to leave the club on a typically glorious high, after scoring 156 goals in 180 PSG games. Michy Batshuayi pulled a late consolation back for Marseille.
  • Milan 0-1 Juventus
    9/11 Milan 0-1 Juventus (AET): Morata grabs extra-time winner to seal another double: Alvaro Morata came off the bench in extra time to score the winning goal as Juventus saw off AC Milan in a disappointing Coppa Italia final to secure a second consecutive domestic double. There was no splitting the sides during regulation time at the Stadio Olimpico but substitute Morata broke Milan hearts in the 110th minute with the crucial strike. Morata swept home Juan Cuadrado's cross deep into extra time within two minutes of being brought on to secure another major honour for ex-Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri.
  • Milan 0-1 Juventus
    10/11 Milan 0-1 Juventus (AET): Morata grabs extra-time winner to seal another double: Alvaro Morata came off the bench in extra time to score the winning goal as Juventus saw off AC Milan in a disappointing Coppa Italia final to secure a second consecutive domestic double. There was no splitting the sides during regulation time at the Stadio Olimpico but substitute Morata broke Milan hearts in the 110th minute with the crucial strike. Morata swept home Juan Cuadrado's cross deep into extra time within two minutes of being brought on to secure another major honour for ex-Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri.
  • Milan 0-1 Juventus
    11/11 Milan 0-1 Juventus (AET): Morata grabs extra-time winner to seal another double: Alvaro Morata came off the bench in extra time to score the winning goal as Juventus saw off AC Milan in a disappointing Coppa Italia final to secure a second consecutive domestic double. There was no splitting the sides during regulation time at the Stadio Olimpico but substitute Morata broke Milan hearts in the 110th minute with the crucial strike. Morata swept home Juan Cuadrado's cross deep into extra time within two minutes of being brought on to secure another major honour for ex-Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri.