― Reuters picBARCELONA, Feb 9 ― Barcelona reached the King's Cup final for a record fifth year in a row yesterday with a 2-0 second leg win at Valencia in which Philippe Coutinho scored his first goal for the club as they secured a 3-0 aggregate semi-final success.
He told Valencia's official website: "We are expecting a long game, a very tough game, and hopefully after the 90 minutes we will be able to say that we are in a Copa del Rey final".
The final action of the half saw Barcelona make inroads down the left through Rakitic, who slipped in Suarez, but the Uruguayan hit a tame shot at Domenech under pressure from a few defenders.
"It's a special thing to reach a final and I am sure it will be a great game, but also a hard one, like all finals are. Today I got it and it helped the team get through to the final".
The Catalan giants went into the game 1-0 up from the first leg after Luis Suarez struck at the Nou Camp last week.
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Valencia have not reached the final for 10 years, with Ronald Koeman leading them to the trophy in 2008 after knocking Barca out in the last four.
Valencia had centre-back Ezequiel Garay carried off and then saw Cillessen make an incredible save to deny Jose Gaya from point-blank range in the 74th minute.
Barcelona went on to win the match 2-0 and will now advance to the Copa del Rey final after winning 3-0 on aggregate.
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