Football: Valencia chairman Murthy says King's Cup victory 'icing on the cake' to a fine season

Valencia's players celebrate after defeating Barcelona in the King's Cup final at the Benito Villamarin stadium, in Seville, southern Spain, on May 25, 2019. PHOTO: EPA-EFE
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SINGAPORE - Their title drought has ended after more than a decade, and in just five seasons after taking over in 2014, Peter Lim's Valencia are entering their most successful era in recent years.

On Saturday (May 25), the Spanish club owned by the Singapore tycoon beat LaLiga champions Barcelona 2-1 in Seville to win the Spanish King's Cup, which they last won in 2008.

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