Football: Sporting Gijón 1 - 1 FC Barcelona
The winning streak is over. Preventing 16 straight league wins becoming 17 was a plucky Sporting Gijón side. It was a thoroughly well deserved point for the home team who were able to use swift counter attacking football to open an early lead before parking the bus and defending for their lives throughout the second half. In fact, the Catalan giants would have gone home empty handed with a first league defeat in four months had it not been for an exquisite lob from David Villa just ten minutes from time. The result cuts their lead at the top to five points.
Español 0 - 1 Real Madrid
There would be a further setback for Barcelona teams as Español were left wondering how they didn't get a result against a 10-man Real Madrid. Keeper Iker Casillas was given his marching orders after only two minutes but a first half strike from Brazilian Marcelo was enough to secure a vital three points. Mourinho's men are slowly closing the gap on league leaders FC Barcelona.
Basketball: Real Madrid 60 - 68 Regal FC Barcelona
Regal Barça have equaled the record of most Spanish cup wins as they claimed their 22nd victory in Madrid against their main rivals. The win also sees them become the first side since 1988 to record back to back cup glories. From 30 - 30 at the break Regal dominated the last two quarters and even with Madrid scoring seven points without reply towards the death, it was simply too little too late. It was a team of heroes but special mention must go to tournament MVP Alan Anderson, the American finishing the final with a blistering 19 points.
Handball: FC Barcelona Borges 39 - 21 J.D. Arrate
A thrashing was handed out to J.D. Arrate as FC Barcelona Borges maintained their lead at the top of the table. Since losing to second place Renovalia Ciudad Real the handball giants have responded positively with two successive league victories.
Hockey: FC Barcelona Sorli-Discau 7 - 3 GEiEG
Futsal: FC Barcelona Alusport 10 - 0 Gestesa Guadalajara