Cup Football – knockout stage in Spain, Germany, and in France.

Copa de Rey SemiFinals
There was no clear winner in the first-leg matches of the Spanish Copa del Rey semifinal fixtures.
Barcelona and Real Madrid played out a ‘1-1’ draw at the Camp Nou, and Real Betis and Valencia played out a ‘2-2’ draw in Sevilla.

What teams will contest for the 2019 Copa del Rey final.

February 6, 2019
Barcelona 1-1 Real Madrid
Barcelona – Malcom 57’
Real Madrid – Lucas Vazquez 6’

Malcom scored a second-half equalizer for Barcelona to avoid defeat after Lucas Vazquez gave Real Madrid an early lead in the 6th minute. Real Madrid got the away goal, but ‘1-1’ isn’t a secure score when it is against Barcelona. Outside of holding Barcelona to a goalless draw in the second-leg, Real Madrid has to win outright to take advantage of the ‘away-goal’ from this fixture. February 27, 2019, is the second-leg.

February 7, 2019
Real Betis 2-2 Valencia
Real Betis – Loren Moron 45’ Joaquin 54’
Valencia – Denis Cheryshev 70’ Kevin Gameiro 90+2

Kevin Gamiero a late goal to give Valencia a healthy ‘away goal’ advantage to take into the second leg.
Real Betis is in a vulnerable position after blowing a two-goal lead at home. February 28, 2019, is the second leg.

Coup de France (Round of 16)
Guingamp, Toulouse, and Lille are the Ligue 1 sides that failed to make it to the quarter-final stage of the French Cup. All three teams were eliminated by a fellow Ligue 1 side.

February 5, 2019
Croix 0-3 Dijon
Dijon – Julio Tavares 5’(pen) Florent Balmont 27’ Wesley Said 90’

Metz 0-1 Orleans
Orleans – Quentin Lecoeuche 20’(pen)

Nantes 2-0 Toulouse
Nantes – Kalifa Coulibaly 9’ Anthony Limbombe 41’

Bastia 2-2 Caen
Bastia – Louis Poggi 70’ Benjamin Santelli 117’
Caen – Malik Tchokounte 4’ Rodrigue Casimir Ninga 94’

February 6, 2019
Villefranche 0-3 Paris St. Germain
Paris St. Germain – Julian Draxler 102’ Moussa Diaby 113’ Edinson Cavani 119’

Vitre 3-2 Lyon la Duchere
Vitre – William Gross 32’ Maxime Le Borgne 42’
Lyon la Duchere – Jonathan Rivas 8’ Jonathan Rivas 22’

Rennes 2-1 Lille
Rennes – Theoson Siebatcheu 74’ 90’
Lille – Nicolas Pepe 65’

February 7, 2019
Guingamp 1-2 Lyon
Guingamp – Alexandre Mendy 88’
Lyon – Moussa Dembele 7’ Maxwell Cornet 49’

Quarter-Final fixtures (February 26, 2019)
AS Vitre (Championnat National 2) will be the side from the lowest division in the quarter-final. Nantes is the lucky side to have Vitre as their opposition in the next round.

Rennes is paired with Ligue 2 side Orleans. Paris St Germain will welcome Dijon, while Lyon welcomes Caen.
AS Vitre vs Nantes
Paris St. Germain vs Dijon
Rennes vs Orleans
Lyon vs Caen

DFB-Pokal (Round of 16)
The German Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund are knocked out at the Round of 16 stages of the DFB Pokal.

The three of the final 8 teams in the competition are from 2.Bundesliga. Hamburger SV, Heidenheim, Paderborn. The remaining are top-flight sides that could all be in need of a title this season.

February 5, 2019
Heidenheim 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen
Heidenheim – Nikola Dovedan 48’ Maurice Maurice Multhaup 72’
Bayer Leverkusen – Julian Brandt 44’

Hamburger SV 1-0 Nurnberg
Hamburger SV – Berkay Ozcan 54’

Borussia Dortmund 3-3 Werder Bremen
Borussia Dortmund – Marco Reus 45+3’ Christian Pulisic 105’ Achraf Hakimi 113’
Werder Bremen – Milot Rashica 5’ Claudio Pizarro 108’ Martin Harnik 119’

Duisburg 1-3 Paderborn
Duisburg – Cauly Souza 47’
Paderborn – Bernhard Tekpetey 52’ Kai Proger 61’ Christopher Antwi-Adjei 76’

February 6, 2019
RB Leipzig 1-0 Wolfsburg
RB Leipzig – Matheus Cunha 9’

Holstein Kiel 0-1 Augsburg
Augsburg – Michael Gregoritsch 85’

Hertha Berlin 2-3 Bayern Munich
Hertha Berlin – Maximilian Mittelstaedt 3’ Davie Selke 66’
Bayern Munich – Serge Gnabry 7’ 49’ Kingsley Coman 98

Schalke 4-1 Fortuna Dusseldorf
Schalke – Ahmed Kutucu 30’ Salif Sane 48’ 87’ Mark uth 53’
Fortuna Dusseldorf – Rouwen Hennings 71’

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