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2015 Super Cup: Barcelona down Sevilla for fifth win

Pedro Rodríguez scored a 115th-minute winner for the second time in UEFA Super Cup history to decide an extraordinary Tbilisi tie and give Barcelona a fifth title.

See how Barcelona beat Sevilla 5-4 in Super Cup thriller

Barcelona 5-4 Sevilla (aet)
(Messi 7 18, Rafinha 44, Suárez 52, Pedro Rodríguez 115; Banega 3, Reyes 57, Gameiro 72pen, Konoplyanka 81)

Pedro Rodríguez scored his second 115th-minute winner in a UEFA Super Cup to give Barcelona a sensational victory against Sevilla in Tbilisi, watched by a competition-record 51,490 crowd.

In only the third minute Sevilla were ahead with the fastest-ever UEFA Super Cup goal. Javier Mascherano brought down José Antonio Reyes just outside the box and Éver Banega's curling free-kick gave Marc-André ter Stegen no chance. But Messi soon converted two free-kicks of his own and and Rafinha, in for the ill Neymar, made it 3-1 after Luis Suárez's shot was blocked by Beto.

Lionel Messi celebrates scoring his second goal of the final
Lionel Messi celebrates scoring his second goal of the finalUEFA via Getty Images

When Suárez netted for 4-1 it seemed all over, but José Antonio Reyes pulled one back, Kevin Gameiro slotted a penalty and substitute Yevhen Konoplyanka, who had played for Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk against Sevilla in the 2015 UEFA Europa League final, turned in a cross from fellow club debutant Ciro Immobile.

Messi hit the post with yet another free-kick before the end of normal time but another half-hour was needed. Pedro was sent on and in the same minute in which he had got the only goal in 2009, against Shakhtar Donetsk, he pounced on a rebound when Beto parried – inevitably from a Messi set piece. A year on from losing to Real Madrid in Cardiff, Sevilla had again fallen to the UEFA Champions League winners.