Bayern wins UEFA Super Cup in Budapest overtime

UEFA Champions League winner Bayern defeated UEFA European League champions Sevilla 2: 1 (1: 1, 0: 0, 1: 0) at the stadium in Budapest named after Ferenc Pushkus.

Leon Gorecka and Havi Martiness scored the goal for the Munich, but Lukas Okamposs stood out for the Seville club.

Okamposs already put “Sevilla” in the 13th minute of the match with an 11-meter penalty kick. A free kick was awarded for David Alaba to stop Ivan Rakitic from breaking into the goal.

34 minutes into the match, the referee signaled for a Gorecka pass.

51 minutes into the match, the visitors’ central defense should have had another goal of Levandovsk, but the Polish attacker was behind the ball.

The game was close to savage at times, and Martiness’s Bono struck home after a fine midfield combination through the center, which left him completely unmarked.

Levandovskis’s penalty shot was awarded a penalty kick 11 minutes into the match, but the keeper deflected Levandovskis’s shot.

Last year, Liverpool won the UEFA Super Cup, beating London Chelsea only in pendulums. Liverpool was the fourth Super Cup trophy club in history, but AC Milan and Barcelona won one more. Both Bayern and Sevilla have won the Super Cup from time to time.

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