Bayern Munich lifts the Uefa Super Cup after beating Sevilla 2-1 with extra time late goal from Martinez after Lewandowski goal was ruled out, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first 45 minutes of the encounter was a close one as both teams gave a good account of themselves.
It was another football game of Champions with the Uefa Champions League winner and Europa League winner playing each other.
Ocampus put Sevilla ahead in the game from the penalty spot with 13 minutes gone after David Alaba fouled Rakitic.
Bayern Munich responded through Goretzka 34th minutes goal with a nice play from the Bavarians.
The first half ended Bayern Munich 1-1 Sevilla with both sides settling for a draw as they headed for the break.
Second Half Report
The second 45 minutes was a goalless affair as both sides were unable to break down each other.
Many chances came for both sides but no one was unable to convert and take the lead in the game.
Robert Lewandowski scored in the 51st minutes but after VAR review the goal was ruled out and canceled.
It ended in a draw for the full 90 minutes as both teams headed for the extra time of the Uefa Super Cup.
Extra Time Match Report
The game progressed with no goal going in as both teams tightened up their defense very tight.
Bayern Munich was able to make it happen as Martinez finally scored and put his side ahead 2-1 in the 104th minutes.
Sevilla did everything possible to pull back in the game but it was already far gone for anything to happen.
The match ended Bayern Munich 2-1 Sevilla as the Bavarians lift the Uefa Super Cup with a narrow win after extra time.
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