Real Madrid wins the UEFA super cup with a brilliant performance to defeat The European conference league winner , Eintracht Frankfurt with a two goal to nill
Real Madrid began their 2022/23 season just like they ended their previous campaign with a trophy.
Los Blancos proved a class above Eintracht Frankfurt on Wednesday night, with goals from David Alaba and Karim Benzema enough to secure Madrid’s fifth UEFA Super Cup.
First goal went in from a brilliant finish of David Alaba in the first half of the game and Kareem Benzema doubled the lead in the second half with brilliant Assist by Vinicius Jr
Watch full match highlights as Benzema, Alaba and Vinicius Jr produce best performance in football history to win UEFA Super Cup
As is the case every year, the new UEFA season gets up and running with this showdown between the winners of the previous campaign’s Champions League and Europa League, so Real Madrid will be taking on the German side for this trophy.
The match is taking place at the Olympic Stadium in Helsinki, Finland, kicking off at 22:00 local time, which is 21:00 CEST in Spain and in Germany or 20:00 BST in the United Kingdom.
We’ll have news from the build-up and then minute-by-minute UEFA Super Cup updates once the game starts, so follow them below, with the most recent entries coming nearest the top.
What a brilliant goal from Alaba that took advantage of Vinicius Jr super move, Carlos Ancelotti’s men seems much more prepared to left yet another trophy for the season
Real Madrid take the first half lead of the game as it ended one goal to nothing in favour of Real Madrid
Just minutes to the second half, Kareem Benzema netted another brilliant goal with an assist from Vinicius Jr to double Real Madrid lead in the super cup
Real Madrid 2:0 Eintracht Frankfurt: Real Madrid second goal by Kareem Benzema with Vinicius Jr assist
Real Madrid 1:0 Eintracht Frankfurt: Real Madrid first goal by David Alaba
The UEFA Super Cup has come around again and this time it will be contested by Real Madrid and Eintracht Frankfurt.
In the end it was all too easy for Real Madrid. Alaba opened the scoring in the first half, and Benzema doubled the lead in the second. It could have been more if not for some better finishing. And when the Germans did get close to the Madrid goal, Courtois was alert.