The winner of ‘Final El Clásico’ was Real Madrid.

Real defeated Barcelona 4-1 in the final of the 2024 Supercopa de España (Spanish Super Cup) held at the King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia at 4 a.m. on the 14th (Korean time). With this, Real achieved its 13th title.

[Point] Real defeats Atletico, Barça catches Osasuna, ‘Final El Clásico’

The Spanish Super Cup is a competition between four clubs, including the first and second place teams in La Liga and the winners and runners-up of the Copa del Rey (King’s Cup). 

This season, Barcelona (1st place in La Liga) and Real (winner of the King’s Cup), Atletico (3rd place in La Liga, instead of 2nd place Real) and Osasuna (runner-up in the King’s Cup) participated, and Barcelona vs. Osasuna and Real vs. Atlético took place. 먹튀검증사이트

Real won the Madrid derby, defeating Atletico in a close game. Atlético took the lead with a Mario Hermoso goal

but Real struck back with an equalizer from Antonio Rudiger and a comeback goal from Ferland Mandy.

Atlético regained balance with Antoine Griezmann scoring and finished the first half tied 2-2. A tense fight ensued. Atlético took the lead again with a Rudiger own goal

but Real chased back with a Daniel Carvajal equalizer. In the end, the game went to overtime.

The winner was Real. They reached the peak with a Stefan Savic own goal in the 11th minute of the second half of extra time and a Brahim Diaz goal in extra time

successfully advancing to the finals. Barcelona also succeeded in defeating Osasuna. They attacked Osasuna with possession and control in the first half

but it was fruitless. Ramin Yamal was suddenly substituted at the end of the first half due to Rafinha’s injury. The balance was broken after entering the second half.

The main character was Robert Lewandowski. In the 14th minute of the second half, Barcelona’s attack unfolded after Andreas Christensen’s forward defense.

Ilkay Gundogan’s penetration pass was connected to Lewandowski, who was in front. The shot he attempted while falling went into the net and scored.

In the extra time of the second half, Felix penetrated the left flank and broke through. Yamal, who received a pass inside the penalty box, succeeded in scoring with a low shot.

In the end, the one-sided match ended with Barcelona’s victory.

In the end, Barcelona, ​​who defeated Osasuna, and Real, who defeated Atletico, clashed in the final. Expectations were high for the ‘Final El Clásico’, a match for the championship trophy.

[Starting list] ‘ Vinicius Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo formed the top two. In the second line, Jude Bellingham provided support.

The midfield consisted of Toni Kroos, Aurelien Chouameni, and Federico Valverde. The back four consisted of Ferland Mendy, Nacho Fernandez, Antonio Rudiger, and Daniel Carvajal.

The goal was guarded by Andriy Lunin.

On the bench sat Kepa Arrizabalaga, Fran Garcia, Vinicius Tobias, Luka Modric, Eduardo Camavinga, Dani Ceballos, Brahim Diaz, Arda Guiller, Mario Martin, Nico Paz and Joselo.

Barcelona, ​​led by coach Xavi Hernández, countered with a 4-2-3-1 formation. The top player was Robert Lewandowski. In addition, Sergi Roberto, Pedri, and Ferran Torres scored.

The midfield was led by Frenkie de Jong and Ilkay Gundogan. The defense consisted of Alejandro Balde, Andreas Christensen, Jules Kounde and Ronald Araujo. Goalkeeper gloves were worn by Iñaki Pena.

The waiting list includes Ander Astralaga, Diego Kotzen, Pau Kuvarsi, Hector Potte, Oriol Romeu, Marc Casado, Fermin López, Joao Félix, Vitor Roque, Marc Guiu and Ramin Yamal.3

[First half] A fierce atmosphere developed with the kick-off of ‘Vinicius hat trick’ for Real and ‘Lewandowski chasing goal’ for Barca.

Barcelona counterattacked after losing the ball through pressure in the 4th minute of the first half. Following Gundogan’s penetrating pass, Ferran shot, but it was blocked by Lunin.

The balance is broken. The main character was Real. In the 7th minute of the first half, Bellingham’s penetration pass was connected to Vinicius, who broke the line.

He succeeded in scoring with a calm finish in a one-on-one opportunity.

The gap widened. This time, in the 10th minute of the first half, a pass that started below the halfway line was delivered to Rodrygo.

After entering the penalty box, Vinicius completed the multi-goal by pushing a cutback to the center. Christensen, Kunde, and Araujo chased, but were outpaced.

Barcelona counterattacked. In the 11th minute of the first half, Ferran fell, passed to Pedri, and then quickly stood up. He received a pass from Pedri again and shot, but it hit the crossbar.

The atmosphere heightened. Real’s long ball was sent to Vinicius in the 17th minute of the first half, but the touch was long and it was caught by Peña.

Barcelona had a one-on-one chance in the 26th minute of the first half after Ferran successfully broke the line, but the low shot was blocked by Lunin’s super save.

The gap has narrowed. Barcelona’s pressure continued in the Real danger zone in the 33rd minute of the first half. After exchanging passes with Gundogan, Balde crossed to the center.

Mendy cleared the ball with his head, but Lewandowski, who caught the second ball, scored a chasing goal with a powerful half-volley shot.

But the joy didn’t last long. Chuameni, who had an unmarked chance in the 36th minute of the first half, crossed into the box. Vinicius, who jumped in for a header

was caught by Araujo and fell, and the referee declared a penalty kick (PK) along with a yellow card.

Vinicius, who played as a kicker, completed his hat trick with a shot aimed at the left. Peña stretched out his arms, but it was useless.

There were no goals remaining. Bellingham from Real and Sergi from Barcelona each received a warning. The first half ended with Real leading 3-1 thanks to a Vinicius hat trick.

[Second half] Real’s ‘Rodrygo’s key goal’ and ‘Araujo’s sending off’ Barca’s success in defeating Barça

The second half started after halftime, but there were no sharp scenes. Real had Vinicius’ consecutive shots in the 14th minute of the second half. Barcelona was dragged away, unable to fight back.

Coach Xavi, who was feeling defeated, made a decisive move. In the 16th minute of the second half, Sergi, Ferran, and Pedri were brought in, and Lopez, Felix, and Yamal took the field.

But the gap widened further. In the 19th minute of the second half, Valverde penetrated to the right side. Vinicius saved the cross and passed.

Rodrygo pushed in the ball that Kunde blocked with his foot, scoring the key goal.

Barcelona collapsed. In the 25th minute of the second half, Araujo kicked his ankle in a contest with Vinicius. The referee issued a second yellow card to Araujo, who had been warned, and ordered him to leave.

Real, who had started to solidify, removed Rodrygo and added Diaz in the 32nd minute of the second half. A sharp scene was produced while maintaining numerical superiority.

In the 33rd minute of the second half, Cross blocked the opponent’s ball and started a counterattack. Diaz calmly shot, but it was blocked by Pena.

Bellingham shot in a mixed situation, but it was blocked by Kunde. There was a second ball shot, but it was ignored.

Barcelona didn’t quite get off the ground. In the 34th minute of the second half, Felix saved the ball with a sensuous touch after a one-two pass.

He even attempted a shot in the danger area, but Lunin blocked it.

Real added stability by replacing Kroos and Vinicius with Modric and Camavinga. Afterwards

Bellingham and Valverde came out, and Joselo and Ceballos came in. Barcelona continued to look lethargic.

In the end, the game ended with Real winning 4-1.

Real Madrid (4): Vinicius Junior (7 minutes in the first half, 10 minutes in the first half

39 minutes in the first half), Rodrygo (19 minutes in the second half)

Barcelona (1): Robert Lewandowski (33 minutes in the first half)