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Wins for Bayern and Paris, Barcelona set record

Bayern München and Paris Saint-Germain made domestic cup progress with respective 3-0 victories on a night when Barcelona made it a club record 29 matches unbeaten.

Barcelona's Wilfrid Kaptoum is congratulated on his late equaliser
Barcelona's Wilfrid Kaptoum is congratulated on his late equaliser ©AFP

Valencia 1-1 Barcelona(Negredo 39; Kaptoum 84)
Barcelona extended their unbeaten run to a club record 29 matches, bettering the mark set by Josep Guardiola's 2010/11 squad, as they reached the Copa del Rey final for the sixth time in eight seasons. With the holders 7-0 up after the first leg, Luis Enrique fielded a much-changed side that fell behind when Álvaro Negredo chipped Marc-André ter Stegen. Just off the bench, Wilfrid Kaptoum ensured it was a historic night for the Liga leaders with his first goal for the Azulgrana.   

Bochum 0-3 Bayern(Lewandowski 38 90, Thiago Alcántara 61)
Bayern eased into the German Cup semi-finals at the expense of their 2. Bundesliga hosts, who were reduced to ten men when Jan Šimůnek felled Arjen Robben four minutes before the break. Manuel Riemann's save prevented Thomas Müller from making it 2-0, but the German international made up for spot-kick disappointment by setting up Thiago Alcántara to double the lead with the aid of a deflection. Robert Lewandowski's late second was his sixth goal in his last four games. Bayern face Werder Bremen for a place in the final.   


Paris Saint-Germain 3-0 Lyon(Ibrahimović 63 67, Rabiot 75)
Laurent Blanc's men made it 16 consecutive wins in overcoming Lyon to reach the last eight of the French Cup. Set up by Lucas Moura and Serge Aurier respectively, Zlatan Ibrahimović put the tie beyond Lyon midway through the second half. Adrien Rabiot sealed victory. 

Málaga 2-0 Dynamo Kyiv (Ricardo Horta 1 14)
Serhiy Rebrov's side suffered defeat at their second Spanish training camp this winter break. Ricardo Horta scored after 32 seconds, beating Olexandr Shovkovskiy in a one-on-one situation after a mistake at the back. The Portuguese Under-21 international doubled his tally before the quarter-hour mark, cutting in from the left.