Barcelona are fuming after Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho saw his Supercopa suspension overturned.

Mourinho and Tito Vilanova will be on the touchline when Real Madrid meet Barcelona in the two-legged Supercopa next month after both men had suspensions overturned on Tuesday.

Barca spokesman Toni Freixa said: "We understand that an aggression on a coach deserves punishment. This measure doesn't make the aggressor innocent but it allows them to believe that they can keep on being aggressive without consequences. It's a bad example for Spanish football that this aggression hasn't been punished".