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2023 UEFA Super Cup: Manchester City edge Sevilla in penalty drama

Manchester City beat Sevilla 5-4 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in normal time to win their maiden UEFA Super Cup in Piraeus, Greece.

Highlights: Man City 1-1 Sevilla (5-4 pens)

Manchester City 1-1 Sevilla (5-4 pens)
(Palmer 63; En-Nesyri 25)

UEFA Champions League winners Manchester City came out on top in a tense penalty shoot-out against UEFA Europa League holders Sevilla to win their first ever Super Cup.

Man City vs Sevilla: As it happened

City dominated the early stages but fell behind when Sevilla forward Youssef En-Nesyri struck with a thumping header after meeting a delicious Marcos Acuña cross. The same player was presented with a big chance to double the Andalusians' lead after half-time when he was put through by Lucas Ocampos, but City goalkeeper Ederson blocked his effort.

Watch Man City lift Super Cup trophy

City found an equaliser on 63 minutes, midfielder Rodri picking out Cole Palmer in the box and the young attacker sending a looping header over Yassine Bounou into the far corner.

Both sides had opportunities to grab a winner, but with nothing to separate them after 90 minutes the match went to penalties. After the first nine spot kicks were converted, Sevilla defender Nemanja Gudelj hit the crossbar with his effort to give City the win.

Guardiola's four Super Cup wins

The result saw City become the 25th team to lift the Super Cup, while Pep Guardiola became the first coach to win the competition with three different clubs following triumphs with Barcelona (1992 as a player, 2009 and 2011 as a coach), Bayern (2013) and City (2023).