Copa del Rey included the first single-match rounds in the small team's field from 2001 to 2006, a time when the majors never lifted the Cup. Deportivo de La Coruña, Real Mallorca, Real Betis, Espanyol and Zaragoza were the champions, while the most powerful took serious shocks in humble stadiums. Of the loudest was the shipwreck of Real Madrid of Vicente del Bosque in the Salto del Caballo de Toledo. 2-1 lost the white team, newly elected best club of the twentieth century, against a team that was then playing in Segunda B. "I do not regret anything," said the white coach after having put on the lawn a team full of footballers Unusual Morientes, Solari, Savio and Hierro, among others, were recognizable faces, but were not able to turn around the two initial goals of the Toledo. Barcelona also had serious setbacks in the fields of Novelda, Gramanet and Figueres, while the rounds in the final rounds were modest. Since 2007, it has returned to the round-trip format and only Barcelona (6), Real Madrid (2), Atlético, Sevilla (2) and Valencia have won the tournament. No trace of humble.