BARCELONA, Spain (AP) – Barcelona and Real Madrid won't know the extent of sanctions resulting from the Spanish Supercup brawl until next week but Jose Mourinho is likely to escape punishment.
Three red cards were shown after players clashed at the end of Barcelona's 3-2 win Wednesday, but the lasting image will be of Mourinho putting his finger into the eye of Barcelona assistant coach Tito Vilanova. Vilanova then slapped the Madrid coach on the head.
Referee David Fernandez Borbalan's failure to include those details in his match report means Mourinho and Vilanova are unlikely to be banned when the disciplinary committee meets next week.
Barcelona's players labeled Madrid a ''disgrace'' while Gerard Pique said Mourinho was ''destroying Spanish football.