Súpercopa de Europa. Real Madrid - Sevilla

Fifth anniversary of our second European Super Cup win

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NEWS | 12/08/2019

Real Madrid clinched the title in Cardiff against Sevilla.
Today marks five years since Real Madrid's second European Cup win. Months after clinching La Décima, the Whites lifted another continental title in Cardiff (Wales), beating Sevilla thanks to a Cristiano Ronaldo double (2-0). The Portuguese man was named MVP.

The forward opened the scoring half an hour in, turning in a fine Bale cross from the left-hand side. In the second half Cristiano Ronaldo went on to put the tie to bed with a superb shot across goal to beat Beto. The victory saw the madridistas lift the trophy twelve years on from their first European Super Cup win.

Kroos made his debut
That 12th of August will live long in the memory of one particular squad member: Toni Kroos played from the start to make his madridista debut. It was also a special match for Bale, who won a trophy in his native Cardiff. In 2017, the Welshman went on to repeat the feat, when he lifted La Duodécima in the same venue.
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.

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