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Real Madrid - Sevilla

On this day the Whites won their second UEFA Super Cup

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NEWS | 12/08/2018

Real Madrid won the title in Cardiff against Sevilla.
Today is the fourth anniversary of Real Madrid winning their second UEFA Super Cup. After winning la Décima just a couple of months prior, the Whites won yet another continental trophy in Cardiff, Wales, beating Sevilla thanks to a Cristiano Ronaldo brace (2-0). The Portuguese star was named man of the match.

The Portuguese forward opened the scoring on the half hour mark by netting after a great cross from Bale from out on the left. In the second half, Cristiano Ronaldo killed off the match with a powerful cross shot, leaving Beto stranded. The Madridistas raised this trophy twelve years after their first UEFA Super Cup.

Kroos debuts
August 12th will remain forever in the memory of a member of one of the current players: Toni Kroos started and made his official debut with Real Madrid. It was also a special game for Bale, who won a title in Cardiff, his hometown. In 2017, the Welshman would repeat this experience in the Duodécima winning final.
2- Real Madrid: Casillas, Carvajal, Ramos, Pepe, Coentrão (Marcelo, 84’), Modric (Illarramendi, 86’), Kroos, James (Isco, 72’), Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo and Benzema.

0- Sevilla: Beto, Coke (Diogo, 84’), Pareja, Carriço, Fazio, Fernando Navarro, Krychowiak, Aleix Vidal (Iago Aspas, 66’), Vitolo, Denis (Reyes, 78’) and Bacca.

1-0 (min. 30): Cristiano Ronaldo.
2-0 (min. 49): Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ref: Mark Clattenburg (England).
Stadium: Cardiff City Stadium.