Alcorconazo is the name given to one of the 2009–10 Copa del Rey round of 32 eliminatories by the supporters and the Spanish sports press. It received this name because of the stunning defeat of Real Madrid, one of the biggest teams in Spanish football, by AD Alcorcón, a modest team which then played in the third-tier Segunda División B. The half-time substitution of Guti when the score was 3–0 and when he was booked before was another topic in the Spanish press because of words exchanged between the player and his coach, Manuel Pellegrini.

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  • O "Alcorconazo" é o nome dado ao jogo realizado pela fase de 32-avos da Copa do Rei da Espanha de 2009-10 entre Alcorcón e Real Madrid. O que chamou a atenção foi o resultado: 4 a 0 para o clube que disputava a Segunda División B do Campeonato Espanhol, caracterizando uma das maiores zebras da história do futebol espanhol. A vitória do Alcorcón repercutiu em toda a Europa, principalmente em jornais italianos, britânicos e franceses. Poupando Cristiano Ronaldo (lesionado) e Kaká (por opção técnica), o Real mandou em campo uma equipe mesclada, capitaneada por Raúl. Mesmo amplamente superior, a equipe Merengue sofreu 3 gols no primeiro tempo (Borja Pérez, Ernesto e Álvaro Arbeloa, contra). Mesmo com o técnico Manuel Pellegrini colocando em campo Ruud van Nistelrooy, Marcelo e Fernando Gago em campo, o Real sofria em campo. Borja Pérez, que seria escolhido como o "homem do jogo", marcaria seu segundo gol na partida. O resultado praticamente selou a passagem dos "Alfareros" à próxima fase da Copa do Rei, e a equipe perderia o segundo jogo por 1 a 0, garantindo a classificação. (pt)
  • Alcorconazo is the name given to one of the 2009–10 Copa del Rey round of 32 eliminatories by the supporters and the Spanish sports press. It received this name because of the stunning defeat of Real Madrid, one of the biggest teams in Spanish football, by AD Alcorcón, a modest team which then played in the third-tier Segunda División B. This defeat was a lead sports story throughout Europe, being the title page in British, French and Italian publications. It also marked a rise to relative prominence for the suburban Madrid club; in what may or may not have been a coincidence, Alcorcón began a major stadium renovation project the following month. The half-time substitution of Guti when the score was 3–0 and when he was booked before was another topic in the Spanish press because of words exchanged between the player and his coach, Manuel Pellegrini. It generated superstition and the number of the 4–0 day, 27 October 2009, (27,109) was one of the best-selling lottery tickets on Christmas 2009. Both matches were broadcast to the entire country on Canal +. (en)
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  • Alcorcón, Madrid, Spain
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  • Alcorcón qualify for the Round of 16
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  • First leg
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  • Ernesto
  • Arbeloa
  • Borja Pérez
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  • Javier Turienzo Álvarez
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  • First leg
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  • O "Alcorconazo" é o nome dado ao jogo realizado pela fase de 32-avos da Copa do Rei da Espanha de 2009-10 entre Alcorcón e Real Madrid. O que chamou a atenção foi o resultado: 4 a 0 para o clube que disputava a Segunda División B do Campeonato Espanhol, caracterizando uma das maiores zebras da história do futebol espanhol. (pt)
  • Alcorconazo is the name given to one of the 2009–10 Copa del Rey round of 32 eliminatories by the supporters and the Spanish sports press. It received this name because of the stunning defeat of Real Madrid, one of the biggest teams in Spanish football, by AD Alcorcón, a modest team which then played in the third-tier Segunda División B. The half-time substitution of Guti when the score was 3–0 and when he was booked before was another topic in the Spanish press because of words exchanged between the player and his coach, Manuel Pellegrini. (en)
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  • Alcorconazo (pt)
  • Alcorconazo (en)
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  • 2009–10 Copa del Rey (en)
  • Round of 32 (en)
  • Alcorcón vs Real Madrid (en)
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