Bayern wins the Super Cup after beating Sevilla

The Champions League winner Bayern Munich won the 2020 edition of the European Super Cup this Thursday by beating the Europa League winner Sevilla 2-1 in a match that had an audience on the stands for the first time in events organized by UEFA.

In a match that took place in Hungary, the Spanish team was the first to open the scoring even before the first quarter of an hour with Ocampos successfully converting a penalty on 13 minutes.

The Champions League winners responded in the first half with a well-aimed shot from Goretzka. Thomas Muller watched Lewadowski from a trivel and the Pole, struggling and on his back, stopped for the German midfielder to shoot the ball into the back of the Andalusian net.

After a goalless second half, the game went on for half an hour in which Bayern Munich was far superior, justifying that superiority with a goal from Spanish Javi Martínez in the 104th minute, he who had already decided the last European Super Cup won by the Germans against Chelsea.

The team led by Hans-Dieter Flick thus joined the Bundesliga, the German Cup and the Champions League to the second European Super Cup in its history.

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