Super Cup 2018



STADIUM: A. Le Coq Arena (Tallinn)

DATE: 15-08-2018 (22:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 12.315

REFEREE: Szymon Marciniak (POL)

GOALS: 1-0 (Diego Costa 1’); 1-1 (Benzema 27’); 1-2 (Sergio Ramos [p.] 63’); 2-2 (Diego Costa 79’); 3-2 (Saúl 98’); 4-2 (Koke 104’)

BOOKED: Correa (60’), Diego Costa (62’), Vitolo (105+’) / Asensio (35’), Marcelo (54’), Ceballos (90+’), Modrić (101’), Sergio Ramos (112’)

MAN OF THE MATCH: Diego Costa

[Incidents: Atlético’s head coach, Diego Simeone, was suspended for this game, and the team’s assistant coach, Germán Burgos, replaced him on the bench. Diego Costa scored the fastest goal in the history of UEFA Super Cup, only 49 seconds into the game.]

Club Atlético de Madrid - Real Madrid CF

Spain 4 - 2 Spain

(a.e.t.)

Club Atlético de Madrid (coach: Germán Burgos)

Jan Oblak

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Juan Francisco Torres “Juanfran”

Stefan Savić

Diego Godín (c)

Lucas Hernández

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Thomas Lemar (Thomas Partey 90+’)

Saúl Ñíguez

Rodrigo Hdez. “Rodri” (Víctor Machín “Vitolo” 71’)

Jorge Resurrección “Koke”

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Diego Costa (José María Giménez 109’)

Antoine Griezmann (Ángel Correa 57’)

Real Madrid CF (coach: Julen Lopetegui)

Keylor Navas

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Dani Carvajal

Raphaël Varane

Sergio Ramos (c)

Marcelo Vieira

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Carlos Casemiro (Dani Ceballos 76’)

Toni Kroos (Borja Mayoral 102’)

Gareth Bale

Francisco Alarcón “Isco” (Lucas Vázquez 83’)

Marco Asensio (Luka Modrić 57’)

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Karim Benzema

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ROSTERS

(Full team squads corresponding to the pre-season 2018-19. Numbers in blue indicate the 23 players registered for the Super Cup final)

Club Atlético de Madrid

Real Madrid CF

Goalkeepers

1. Antonio Adán Garrido (13-05-1987) SPA

13. Jan Oblak (7-01-1993) SVN

31. Miguel San Román Ferrándiz (14-07-1997) SPA

37. Alexandre dos Santos Ferreira “Alex” (15-01-1999) BRA

Defenders

2. Diego Roberto Godín Leal (16-02-1986) URU

3. Filipe Luís Kasmirski (9-08-1985) BRA

4. Santiago “Santi” Arias Naranjo (13-01-1992) COL

15. Stefan Savić (8-01-1991) MON

20. Juan Francisco Torres Belén “Juanfran” (9-01-1985) SPA

21. Lucas François Bernard Hernández (14-02-1996) FRA

24. José María Giménez de Vargas (20-01-1995) URU

34. Aitor Puñal Rodríguez (1-04-1999) SPA

35. Francisco Javier Montero Rubio (14-01-1999) SPA

36. Alberto Rodríguez Baró “Tachi” (10-09-1997) SPA

38. Carlos Isaac Muñoz Obejero (30-04-1998) SPA

39. Manny Alexander Rodríguez Baldera (1-03-1998) DOM

Midfielders

5. Thomas Teye Partey (13-06-1993) GHA

6. Jorge Resurrección Merodio “Koke” (8-01-1992) SPA

8. Saúl Ñíguez Esclápez (21-11-1994) SPA

11. Thomas Lemar(12-11-1995) FRA

14. Rodrigo Hernández Cascante “Rodri” (22-06-1996) SPA

30. Roberto Olabe del Campo (5-05-1996) SPA

43. Antonio “Toni” Moya Vega (20-03-1998) SPA

44. Keidi Bare (28-08-1997) ALB

Forwards

7. Antoine Griezmann (21-03-1991) FRA

9. Nikola Kalinić (5-01-1988) CRO

10. Ángel Martín Correa (9-03-1995) ARG

18. Gelson Dany Batalha Martins (11-05-1995) POR

19. Diego da Silva Costa (7-10-1988) SPA

23. Víctor Machín Pérez “Vitolo” (2-11-1989) SPA

32. Borja Garcés Moreno (6-08-1999) SPA

40. Víctor Mollejo Carpintero (21-01-2001) SPA

47. Joaquín Muñoz Benavides (10-03-1999) SPA

COACH: Diego Pablo Simeone (28-04-1970) ARG

Goalkeepers

1. Keylor Antonio Navas Gamboa (15-12-1986) CRC

13. Francisco “Kiko” Casilla Cortés (2-10-1986) SPA

26. Andrij Lunin (Андрій Олексійович Лунін) (11-02-99) UKR

30. Luca Zidane Fernández (13-05-1998) FRA

Thibaut Nicolas Marc Courtois (11-05-1992) BEL

Defenders

2. Daniel “Dani” Carvajal Ramos (11-01-1992) SPA

3. Jesús Vallejo Lázaro (5-01-1997) SPA

4. Sergio Ramos García (30-03-1986) SPA

5. Raphaël Varane (25-04-1993) FRA

6. José Ignacio Fernández Iglesias “Nacho” (18-01-1990) SPA

12. Marcelo Vieira da Silva Júnior (12-05-1988) BRA

19. Álvaro Odriozola Arzallus (14-12-1995) SPA

29. Sergio Reguilón Rodríguez (16-12-1996) SPA

31. Javier “Javi” Sánchez de Felipe (14-03-1997) SPA

32. Sergio López Galache (8-04-1999) SPA

33. Adrián de la Fuente Barquilla “Adri” (26-02-1999) SPA

Fábio Alexandre da Silva Coentrão (11-03-1988) POR

José León Bernal (3-02-1995) SPA

Midfielders

8. Toni Kroos (4-01-1990) GER

10. Luka Modrić (9-09-1985) CRO

11. Gareth Frank Bale (16-07-1989) WAL

14. Carlos Henrique Casemiro (23-02-1992) BRA

17. Lucas Vázquez Iglesias (1-07-1991) SPA

18. Marcos Llorente Moreno (30-01-1995) SPA

20. Marco Asensio Willemsen (21-01-1996) SPA

22. Francisco Román Alarcón Suárez “Isco” (21-04-1992) SPA

24. Daniel “Dani” Ceballos Fernández (7-08-1996) SPA

27. Federico Santiago Valverde Dipetta (22-07-1998) URU

34. Jaime Seoane Valenciano (22-01-1997) SPA

35. Óscar Rodríguez Arnaiz (28-06-1998) SPA

36. Francisco Feuillassier “Franchu” (12-05-1998) ARG

Martin Ødegaard (17-12-1998) NOR

Forwards

9. Karim Benzema (19-12-1987) FRA

21. Borja Mayoral Moya (5-04-1997) SPA

28. Vinícius José Paixão de Oliveira Júnior (12-07-2000) BRA

37. Raúl de Tomás Gómez (17-10-1994) SPA

COACH: Julen Lopetegui Agote (28-08-1966) SPA

 

 

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