Man City win the Super Cup for the first time; Youssef En-Nesyri powered in header to give Sevilla first-half lead; Cole Palmer equalised with looping header in second half; City scored all five penalties before Nemanja Gudelj missed decisive spot-kick for Sevilla
Manchester City came from behind in normal time before beating Sevilla in a penalty shootout to win the Super Cup for the first time in their history.
Presented with the rare opportunity to claim a trophy that did not already have their name on it, City initially struggled to rise to the occasion and found themselves behind thanks to Youssef En-Nesyri’s towering header.
The Sevilla striker was denied by Ederson several times in the second period and was made to pay for his wastefulness when Cole Palmer looped a header over Yassine Bounou to equalise.
City belatedly improved as the game headed towards full-time and almost won the game in stoppage time when Nathan Ake forced a sharp save from Bounou.
But City got the win they craved when Nemanja Gudelj missed the decisive penalty of the shootout, striking the bar and handing Pep Guardiola a record-equalling fourth Super Cup.