Andoni Goikoetxea's second-half goal snatched Barcelona the UEFA Super Cup for the first time at Camp Nou.
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Werder Bremen 1-1 Barcelona
(Allofs 87; Salinas 37)
Barcelona 2-1 Werder Bremen
(Stoichkov 32, Goikoetxea 48; Rufer 41)
Barcelona win 3-2 on aggregate
Barcelona claimed the UEFA Super Cup for the first time with a narrow 3-2 aggregate victory against Werder Bremen. Barcelona had held their nerve to win a tense European Champion Clubs' Cup final against Sampdoria the previous May and they showed that same mettle over two legs to overcome their German rivals.
Bremen had defeated Monaco 2-0 to lift the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. Klaus Allofs got the first of the German side's two goals that night and he was on target again in the first leg here, hitting the equaliser three minutes from time after Julio Salinas' 37th-minute strike looked to have won the game at the Weserstadion on 10 February.
One month later, Barcelona reclaimed the initiative at Camp Nou when Hristo Stoichkov fired his side ahead in the second leg on 32 minutes. Wynton Rufer, who had also scored against Monaco, brought Bremen back into the game from the penalty spot four minutes before the break, but in front of 75,000, Andoni Goikoetxea struck the winner three minutes into the second half.