The second round of the Cup has not disappointed and has again left several surprises. Only a First Division has fallen eliminated, the Getafe, but those of Second have been again in evidence before rivals of lower category. In fact, only six of them are still alive. Or what is the same, 16 LaLiga SmartBank clubs have been eliminated before a Second B or a Third in the two phases of the new format of the KO tournament. This has not happened with those of LaLiga Santander: in addition to the group trained by Bordalás, the Alaves He was the only one to say goodbye and was in the previous tie.The 32 teams qualified for cup sixteenths18 First Division: Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atlético, Valencia, Sevilla, Real Sociedad, Athletic, Villarreal, Granada, Levante, Osasuna, Betis, Valladolid, Eibar, Celta, Mallorca, Leganés and Espanyol.6 of Second Division: Real Zaragoza, Mirandés, Rayo, Tenerife, Elche and Girona.8 of Second B: Ebro, Ibiza, Badajoz, Badalona, Cultural Leonesa, Recreational, Unionists and Logroñés.When is the cup draw?Next Tuesday, with schedule yet to be confirmed, it will be held in the Soccer City of Las Rozas, headquarters of the Royal Spanish Football Federation, the draw for the round of 32 of the Copa del Rey. As a novelty, the four teams of the Supercopa of Spain are incorporated: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Atlético. They will face the rivals of lesser category and so will the raffle until mathematics prevents it. In other words, it will once again have conditions and the humble will receive LaLiga Santander clubs in their fields. Again, it will be at the home of the lowest category team and if they are the same, the one that came out first in the hype. How and where to see the Copa del Rey raffle?The Royal Spanish Football Federation will broadcast in streaming, through its official channels, the live draw. In addition, in As.com, we will tell minute by minute what the act of next Tuesday will hold and, after its conclusion, the analysis of the qualifiers, the statements of the protagonists and the most outstanding news.The dates of the competition *Round of 16: January 22, 2020.Round of 16: January 29, 2020.Quarter finals: February 5, 2020.Semifinals: February 12 and March 4, 2020.Final: April 18, 2020.* The date marked establishes the day on Wednesday corresponding to that week, although the matches can be played both Tuesday and Thursday. The semifinals have double dates, as they will be played as a traditional tie, with round trip.Results of the second roundZamora 0 – Mallorca 1UCAM Murcia 2 – Mirandés 3Haro Deportivo 1 – Osasuna 2Nástic 1 – Zaragoza 3Murcia 0 – Leganés 4Ebro 1 – Ponferradina 0Portugalete 0 – Betis 3Ibiza 1 (5) – Albacete 1 (3)Rayo Majadahonda 1 (2) – Tenerife 1 (4)Yeclano 1 – Elche 2Badajoz 2 – Las Palmas 1Sestao River 0 – Athletic 4Recreational 0 (5) – Fuenlabrada 0 (4)Cultural Leonesa 2 – Huesca 1Badalona 2 – Getafe 0Cartagena 2 – Girona 4Logroñés 1 (4) – Cádiz 1 (2)Tamaraceite 0 – Granada 1Marbella 1 (1) – Valladolid 1 (4)Orihuela 1 – Villarreal 2Sanse 0 – Espanyol 2Unionists 1 (8) – Deportivo 1 (7)Cacereño 1 – Eibar 2Escobedo 0 – Seville 5Mérida 1 – Celtic 4Real Jaén 1 (4) – Levante 1 (5)Ceuta 0 – Real Sociedad 4Barakaldo 0 – Rayo Vallecano 2
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Summer Zervos has won the rights to take the President of the United States to court on Thursday after a New York appellate court ruled for the defamation case to go ahead.Ms Zervos, a former contestant on The Apprentice, is bringing a defamation lawsuit against President Donald Trump. She was among the 19 women who publicly accused the president of sexual misconduct during the 2016 campaign.He denied the allegations and called the women liars, which prompted Ms Zervos to take him to court.READ MORE: Pro-Trump Greeks. Not as far-fetched an idea as it seemsPresident Trump had argued that the case should be postponed until he is out of office because of immunity that he has as a president. The appellate court rejected this argument, and judges wrote: “We reject defendant President Trump’s argument that the Supremacy Clause of the United States Constitution prevents a New York State court – and every other state court in the country – from exercising its authority under its state constitution. Instead, we find that the Supremacy Clause was never intended to deprive a state court of its authority to decide cases and controversies under the state’s constitution.”The decision means that President Trump may have to sit for a sworn deposition, which is currently scheduled for June.