After a fantastic match, Bayern Munich won the European Supercup against Sevilla FC with a goal from Javi Martinez in overtime.
Goretzka responds to Ocampos in the first half
The Sevillians unexpectedly opened the scoring for Lucas Ocampos from the penalty spot (13th) after a charge on the back of Alaba on Rakitic in the box.
Bayern reacted shortly after half an hour of play with a magnificent goal: from the outside of the foot found Müller Lewandowski in the box which after a check of the chest served as a retreat Goretzka who sent a powerful strike deep in Sevillian goal (34th).
After the break, Bayern offered us a new reason with a one-two Lewandowski-Müller in the heart of the Sevillian area but Poland’s goal was rightly rejected for an offside after VAR’s intervention (51st). It was then that Leroy Sané was logically denied a goal, for a foul by Lewandowski at the beginning of the action (64th).
Double decisive neutral against En-Nesyri, Martinez goal scorer for his last
But it was especially Sevilla FC who missed the chaos goal: two minutes from the end of the regular season, En-Nesyri seemed alone against Neuer but lost their duel.
Place in overtime and En-Nesyri, decidedly pissed, saw his shot deflected by Neuer on the post (92nd).
Sevilla FC had missed their chance and Bayern ended the tension with a goal from Javi Matinez on a corner just before the break of the first period of extra time (104th). The Spaniard, whose last match was with Bayern, offered a fantastic farewell gift to the Bavarian club.
Bayern Munich thus won its second European Super Cup after 2013 and achieved the first four-plate in its history.