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Jan 26, 2012

Jose unhappy after Copa exit

Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho offered scant praise to Barcelona after his side were eliminated from the Copa del Rey at Camp Nou.

• Alves praises 'phenomenal' Real

Holders Real drew 2-2 at Barca, coming back from two goals down at half-time almost complete a memorable victory on away goals. But Barca's 2-1 win at the Bernabeu last week proved the difference.

Mourinho praised Barca for their win in Madrid, but not for knocking out his team over the two legs. Real also had Sergio Ramos sent off for a hash second yellow card at the very end of the game, the player's 13th red in Real colours.

In a thinly-veiled criticism of referee Teixeira Vitienes, Mourinho said: "We came here with the intention of going through. We knew it would be difficult, but that is what we came here to do.

"However I have heard in the dressing room it is impossible to win here. I have played here with Chelsea, Inter (Milan) and Madrid various times and this is nothing new.

"I will congratulate Barcelona for what they did at the Bernabeu last week but not for the qualification.

"We played very well in the first half. The half-time was very easy for me because if you are not playing well 10 minutes is a very short time, but I only had to speak to the players for a minute.''

Midfielder Xabi Alonso added that despite going out, Real had at least restored their pride in the second leg. He said: "We have come very close. This team has qualities and potential. Today we played a great game, we have chances and (Jose Manuel) Pinto has played very well. We don't leave here happy but we are proud.''

Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola also congratulated Real for their performance and admitted he was relieved to have made it through to the semi-finals after an intense game that swung back and forth.

"The players have shown a great fortitude and I congratulate them. Madrid is a great team and because of that this victory has great merit. 'Madrid played very well, but over the 180 minutes we were deserving winners. They played without pressure, because they knew they had nothing to lose.

"They pushed high up the field, but we knew they would because we have experience of them doing that here. To turn the tie around you need to play like this. It is more difficult to beat Real Madrid every time we play them, and that is why we are so happy.

"We know the potential they have but throughout both games we have played a good tie.''

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