Nine-man Real Madrid went through on a 3-1 aggregate score to the Copa del Rey semifinals after drawing 1-1 at Valencia Wednesday, despite losing goalkeeper Iker Casillas to a hand injury in the 13th minute.
Madrid won the first leg 2-0 at the Bernabeu.
Striker Karim Benzema opened for Madrid a minute before halftime, but the game swung in Valencia's favor when Fabio Coentrao received his second booking in the 51st.
Midfielder Tino Costa scored the resulting free kick, which backup goalkeeper Adan Garrido let slip under him.
Madrid's Angel Di Maria saw red for tripping Joao Pereira in the 88th.
Madrid will face the winner of the tie between Barcelona and Malaga, to be resolved on Thursday.
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- Real Madrid's Angel Di Maria (C) and Valencia's Joao Pereira (L) and Tino Costa fight for the ball during their Spanish King's Cup quarter-final second leg soccer match at the Mestalla stadium in Valencia, January 23, 2013. REUTERS/Heino Kalis Photo: REUTERS
- Real Madrid's goalkeeper Iker Casillas (L) leaves the pitch after injuring his hand. REUTERS/Heino Kalis Photo: REUTERS
- Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo (R) and Valencia's Joanathan Viera fight for the ball. REUTERS/Heino Kalis Photo: REUTERS
- Ronaldo (L) and Valencia's Joanathan Viera fight for the ball . REUTERS/Heino Kalis Photo: REUTERS
- Karim Benzema celebrates after scoring in the first half. Photo: Getty Images
- Alvaro Arbeloa celebrates with Benzema. Photo: Getty Images
- Ronaldo takes on a defender. As a result of the tie, Madrid qualified for the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey tournament. Photo: Getty Images
- Angel di Maria tries to get past a Valencia defender. The Real Madrid winger was shown a red-card in the second half, one of two Real players who were ejected. Photo: Getty Images
- Jose Mourinho looks on as he leads his undermanned team to the next round. Photo: Getty Images