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Kevin Gameiro, Sevilla rout Celta Vigo in Copa del Rey semi first leg

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Kevin Gameiro and Sevilla will take a four-goal lead into the second leg.

Kevin Gameiro scored twice as Sevilla took firm control of their Copa del Rey semifinal against Celta Vigo with a 4-0 victory in the first leg at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan.

Gameiro -- who had earlier had a penalty saved with the game goalless -- struck in the 59th and 62nd minutes, adding to Adil Rami's header in the last few seconds of the first half.

Michael Krohn-Dehli then extended the hosts' advantage further with three minutes to go.

The opening stages saw Sevilla -- five-time winners...

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Denis Cheryshev shrugs off Barcelona chanting on Valencia debut

The ESPN FC crew examine Gary Neville's time in charge of Valencia and share their thoughts on his future at the club.

Denis Cheryshev has said he was unfazed by Barcelona fans mocking his time at Real Madrid during his debut for Valencia on Wednesday night.

Cheryshev, 25, joined Valencia on loan from Real in the January transfer window after having made an appearance in the Copa del Rey for Los Blancos that saw the Spanish giants expelled from the competition.

The winger was ineligible to play for the Madrid side in the Copa del Rey as the result of a suspension he picked up during a loan spell at Villarreal...

Barcelona manager Luis Enrique felt bad for Gary Neville and Valencia

Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique lauded all facets of his side's 7-0 rout of Valencia in their Copa del Rey first-leg.
The ESPN FC crew examine Gary Neville's time in charge of Valencia and share their thoughts on his future at the club.

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique admitted he had felt sorry for opponents Valencia as his side all but ensured a second successive Copa del Rey final with a 7-0 victory in Wednesday evening's semifinal first leg.

There were four goals from Luis Suarez and a Lionel Messi hat trick. The final score could have been even more lopsided as Neymar missed a penalty against Gary Neville's woeful Valencia side, who were even worse after defender Shkodran Mustafi was sent off just before half-time.

Luis Enrique's...