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Crazy constellation: Bilbao is actually in two Copa finals at the same time - and takes them within a month.
An eventful April awaits Bilbao - which could end with two titles. The Copa del Rey final of the 2019/20 season against Real Sociedad will take place on April 3, and that of this year's edition of the competition against FC Barcelona on April 17.
Because Athletic and Real Sociedad wanted to play the Basque duel in front of spectators, they applied for a postponement at the beginning of May 2020 - and hoped to fight the corona pandemic as quickly as possible. In July, the association then dreamed of being able to play the final at Christmas - the first game to be played in front of spectators again. Nothing came of the plan, now the duel will take place on April 3rd in Seville. In front of empty ranks.
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On Thursday evening, Athletic had to shake a lot to get his second ticket to the final. After the 1-1 draw in the first leg, the guests at UD Levante fell behind early (Roger, 17th), before veteran Raul Garcia equalized from the point (30th). Despite Basque superiority, the game went into extra time, in which a deflected long-range shot by Alex Berenguer cleared the remaining doubts about the next Copa final.
On April 17th, it is - also in the Olimpico de la Cartuja in Seville - against favorite Barcelona. He had thrown Sevilla FC after extra time (3-0) on Wednesday.
Kick-off: Thursday, March 4th, 2021, 9:00 p.m.
Levante: Aitor - Ruben Vezo, Rober, Duarte - Miramon, Rochina, Malsa, Clerc - Jorge de Frutos Sebastián, Morales - Roger - Trainer: Paco Lopez
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Bilbao: Unai Simon - de Marcos, Nunez, Yeray, Yuri Berchiche - Alex Berenguer, Unai Lopez, Vesga, Muniain - I. Williams, Raul Garcia - coach: Marcelino
goals: 1: 0 Roger (17th), 1: 1 Raul Garcia (30th, penalty), 1: 2 Alex Berenguer (112th)
Substituted: 46th Bardhi for Rober, 85th Vukcevic for Rochina, 85th Son for Malsa, 90th Sergio Leon for Morales, 90th Dani Gomez for Roger, 108. Coke for Miramon - 96. Villalibre for Raul Garcia, 97. Dani Garcia for Vesga, 105. Capa for de Marcos, 105. Unai Vencedor for Unai Lopez, 108. Balenziaga for
Reserve: Dani Cardenas (Tor ), Tono, Doukouré - Jokin Ezkieta (goal), Inigo Lekue, Ibai
Referee: del Cerro Grande (Spain)
Yellow cards: Duarte, Roger, Rochina - Nunez, de Marcos
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