It was the highest-scoring UEFA Super Cup ever in Tbilisi as Lionel Messi equalled two goal records and Éver Banega and Dani Alves also set new marks: see which here.
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Not for the first time when Lionel Messi is involved, the 2015 UEFA Super Cup in Tbilisi was an occasion when a number of records tumbled or were equalled. UEFA.com rewrites its own history book ...
• Lionel Messi's two goals takes him level with Cristiano Ronaldo on 80 in all UEFA club competitions.
• Messi also increased his career UEFA Super Cup goal tally to a record three, equal with Arie Haan, François Van der Elst, Gerd Müller, Oleh Blokhin, Radamel Falcao, Rob Rensenbrink and Terry McDermott.
• Éver Banega's third-minute goal was the fastest ever in the UEFA Super Cup.
• Daniel Alves is now level with Paolo Maldini on four UEFA Super Cup wins.
• Alves also equalled Maldini's record of appearing in five editions of the UEFA Super Cup.
• Andrés Iniesta is now level with former team-mate Xavi Hernández's record of 28 major honours.
• Luis Enrique is thefourth man to lift the UEFA Super Cup as coach and player after Josep Guardiola, Carlo Ancelotti and Diego Simeone. Of those, only Enrique (in 1997) scored.
• Barcelona matched AC Milan's tally of five UEFA Super Cup triumphs.
• Barcelona were making a record ninth UEFA Super Cup appearance, two more than any other side.
• Barcelona became the first team to score five goals in a one-off UEFA Super Cup.
• Sevilla's four is the most ever scored in a UEFA Super Cup match by the losing side.
• Sevilla are the first team to recover from three goals down to level in the UEFA Super Cup.
• The nine goals scored is the most in any UEFA Super Cup fixture.
• This was the third all-Spanish UEFA Super Cup (all featuring Sevilla). The other two one-nation games involved Italian clubs.
• This was the first UEFA football final to be played in Georgia.
• The attendance was 51,490 a record for a one-off, neutral venue UEFA Super Cup.