Inter Milan beat Juventus to reach Coppa Italia final

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Inter Milan booked their place in the Coppa Italia final as Federico Dimarco’s goal was enough to down Juventus.

With the semi-final level at 1-1 from the first leg, it was Inter who progressed after Dimarco’s first-time finish with just 15 minutes on the clock saw the hosts advance 2-1 on aggregate.

In Spain, Barcelona failed to further extend their lead at the top of LaLiga after slipping to a surprise defeat at Rayo Vallecano.

Nearest challengers Real Madrid had been stunned at Girona on Tuesday night but Barca lost 2-1 as the gap at the summit remained at 11 points.

Robert Lewandowski's goal was not enough for Barcelona to rescue a result at Rayo Vallecano
Robert Lewandowski’s goal was not enough for Barcelona to rescue a result at Rayo Vallecano. (Pablo Garcia/AP)

Third-placed Atletico Madrid came from behind to beat Real Mallorca 3-1 and move just two points behind their city rivals.

Matija Nastasic headed Mallorca in front only for Rodrigo De Paul to fire the hosts level in first-half stoppage time.

Atleti were ahead two minutes after the restart courtesy of a fine Alvaro Morata header and the points were secured when Yannick Carrasco collected a through ball and finished coolly.

Luis Suarez hit a brace as Almeria won 2-1 at fellow relegation candidates Getafe who pulled a goal back through Borja Mayoral having seen Djene Dakonam sent off at the end of the first half.

Bottom club Elche lost 1-0 at Celta Vigo as Joseph Aidoo scored in the last minute.

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