Real Betis 2 – Barcelona 2 (La Liga, February 14, 2009) Betis stunned Barca in the first half, scoring two goals in seven minutes through Melli and Mark Gonzalez. Just before the break Samuel Eto’o brought the league leaders back into the match with a left-footed finish after his penalty had been saved. And after Ricardo had seemingly repelled everything thrown at him, Samuel Eto’o scored the equaliser with six minutes remaining.
Valencia 1 – Malaga 1 (La Liga, February 14, 2009) David Villa continued his fabulous season with yet another sweet strike in the 53rd minute but Malaga went up the other end with Albiol having the last touch to take the ball over the line.
Deportivo La Coruna 0 – Osasuna 0 (La Liga, February 14, 2009) Depor dominated the match and goalkeeper Daniel Aranzubia was barely troubled for the whole 90 minutes. But Osasuna, who had won four of their past five league encounters at the Riazor, are Depor’s bogey team and held on for a point.
Girona 3 – Albacete 3 (Segunda Division, February 14, 2009)
Zaragoza 2 – Las Palmas 0 (Segunda Division, February 14, 2009)