Sevilla face Real Madrid next week in their fifth UEFA Super Cup in ten years, hoping for a different result from when the Spanish clubs met in Cardiff in 2014.
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2006: Sevilla 3-0 Barcelona (Renato 7, Kanouté 45, Maresca 90pen)
Sevilla were rarely troubled at the Stade Louis II once Renato had opened the scoring from close range. After Frédéric Kanouté headed a second on the stroke of half-time, a second European trophy in four months was within Sevilla's grasp, something promptly confirmed when Enzo Maresca rounded off proceedings by smashing in a penalty.
2007: AC Milan 3-1 Sevilla (Inzaghi 54, Jankulovski 61, Kaká 86; Renato 13)
Sevilla had been challenging to become only the second club to win two successive UEFA Super Cups, but the death three days earlier of midfielder Antonio Puerta following a heart attack during a league game made such sporting concerns in Monaco seem irrelevant.
2014: Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla (Ronaldo 30 49)
Cristiano Ronaldo, who had set a UEFA Champions League scoring record in 2013/14, continued where he left off with two goals. New signings James Rodríguez and Toni Kroos started for Madrid and the former combined with Gareth Bale – playing in Cardiff, city of his birth – for the opener. Ronaldo added another after good work by Karim Benzema to end the hopes of the UEFA Europa League holders.
2015: Barcelona 5-4 Sevilla (aet) (Messi 7 18, Rafinha 44, Suárez 52, Pedro Rodríguez 115; Banega 3, Reyes 57, Gameiro 72(p), Konoplyanka 81)
Pedro Rodríguez claimed his second 115th-minute winner in a UEFA Super Cup final to give Barcelona a sensational victory over Sevilla in Tbilisi, watched by a competition-record 51,490 crowd. Sevilla had produced an astonishing fightback from 4-1 down to force extra time, where Pedro – in the same minute as his solitary strike against Shakhtar Donetsk in 2009 – pounced on a rebound after Beto parried.