Manchester City wins UEFA Super Cup final

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The UEFA Super Cup final, which started with high expectations, took place between UEFA Champions League champion Manchester City and UEFA Europa League champion Sevilla. The winner of the match was Manchester City.

Manchester City wins UEFA Super Cup final

Manchester City won the UEFA Super Cup final match between Manchester City and Sevilla at the Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium in Greece.

The normal time of the match ended in a 1-1 draw with the goals of Sevilla's Youssef En-Nesyri and Manchester City's Cole Palmer.

PENALTIES DEFINED WINNER

As a result of the draw, the match in which the winner was determined from penalties went to penalties without going to overtime. Manchester City, which had a 5-4 advantage over Sevilla in penalty shootouts, became the winner of the UEFA Super Cup.

MANCHESTER CITY'S HISTORIC VICTORY

Manchester City won the UEFA Super Cup for the first time in its history by beating Sevilla 6-5 as a result of a penalty shootout. This win once again proved City's success in Europe.

SEVILLA'S DISAPPOINTMENT

On the other hand, Sevilla left the Super Cup final for the 6th time with a defeat for the 7th time in their history. The Spanish team had only succeeded in winning this prestigious trophy in 2006.

GUARDIOLA'S GREAT ACHIEVEMENT

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola made history once again with the UEFA Super Cup victory. With this victory, Guardiola became the first manager to win the Super Cup three times with different teams. The Spanish coach had previously won this prestigious trophy with Barcelona and Bayern Munich.

Source: Ihlas News Agency

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