The Barcelona triumphs in Tbilisi at the end of a spectacular final European Super Cup with Sevilla. A show, ever seen in this competition, was staged thanks to prowess and defensive smudges. Kicking off the fireworks are the three punishments, from 3 ‘to 16’, have been transformed in as many goals, two of Messi (his exploits from the edge, with the left, recalled those of Maradona) and one of Banega, another Argentine. The third goal of the Catalans – Rafinha a pass from Suarez after Beto had rejected a conclusion of Uruguayan – seems close the game and Barcelona have made the mistake of sitting down after the fourth goal, made by Suarez to 7 ‘of the second half.
Sevilla did not give up dragged by the determination of his coach Unai Emery, who at 20th personal challenge with Barcelona still have not won one, so favored by the fact that Messi has a considerable drop, the Andalusians pushed ahead with Reyes, left alone and served to perfection by Vitolo. And the same Vitolo at27th suffers a naive penalty foul by Mathieu. It is penalty that Gameiro scores. Luis Enrique, who had earlier replaced Captain Iniesta with Sergi Roberto, covers repacing the defender Bartra with Rafinha, but just the newcomer combines shortly after half mess with Dani Alves permitting to the other newcomers Konoplyanka, belived or not, to score the 4-4.
They go into overtime, the patterns are skipped and the teams clash head on. Pedro enters and is immediately warn, then to 115 ‘decides the match: Messi shoots another kick from the edge and an opponent rejects with hand. Should be the penalty, but the Argentine takes again the ball flying and shots again, Beto manages to put a hand but can not anything against Pedro who pounced on the ball and has another trophy to the team that is going to leave. Evidently it was fate, in one way or another the Barcelona continues to make history. And also to make show.
Translation provided by Pietro Ferreri