"When you don't kill Real Madrid, Real Madrid kill you." The words of Xavi after Barcelona crashed out of the Copa Del Rey in a 4-0 blowout to their eternal enemy. Ian Paul Joy, Nigel Reo-Coker, Jonathan Johnson and Michael Lahoud recap an historic El Clasico and discuss the Catalan club's laundry list of off-the-field issues. Plus, David Moyes might be the next manager on the Premier League chopping block, Chelsea are set to appoint Frank Lampard for a second stint, and European soccer's failure to stamp out racism was evidenced once again during Tuesday's Coppa Italia action. Oh, and there's something not right with Bayern.
(01:36) Barcelona 0-4 Real Madrid: Vini runs riot, Benzema hits another hat-trick
(08:02) Bad to worse for Barca: Camp Nou confusion, Negreira scandal, Messi uncertainty
(18:39) Premier League: Man Utd & Newcastle remain Top 4, West Ham woes compounded
(23:20) Lampard set for Chelsea return: Luis Enrique in London for talks
(30:56) Coppa Italia: Lukaku sent off after suffering racial abuse from Juventus fans
(37:45) DFB-Pokal: Tuchel's Bayern crash out against Freiburg
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