Manchester City edged Sevilla 5-4 on post-match penalties to win the UEFA Super Cup on Wednesday night.
Sevilla scored the first goal in the first half through En-Nesyri. Ederson produced excellent saves to deny Sevilla a second goal and ensured the city went at halftime just a goal down.
In the second half, Cole Palmer scored the leveller through a header from a Rodri cross in the 63rd minute. There were limited opportunities for both sides to win the game, and penalty kicks were next to decide the winner.
City scored all penalty kicks through Haaland, Alvarez, Kovacic, Grealish, and Kyle Walker. Sevilla scored through Ocampos, Luca Mir, Rakitic, and Montiel. While Nemanja Gudelj missed the last penalty kick, which saw the city win the Super Cup for the first time in history,