The Football Club Barcelona started the final of the Spanish Super Cup very well but little by little he saw how the rival began to grow. The Barca team managed to get ahead on the scoreboard in the 39:47 minute after a brilliant move that ended up materializing it into a goal Antoine Griezmann.
Ronald Koeman’s team immediately suffered a disconnection that caused the draw on Athletic Club’s next play. A change of wing ended with a center from the left that De Marcos finished off first to beat Ter Stegen. The Athletic player put the tables in this way at 41:20, 93 seconds after Griezmann opened the can.
Barcelona would end up complicating the Spanish Super Cup in the final stretch of the match. Griezmann put Barca ahead again with a goal in 77. However, the Athletic forced extra time with a goal from Villalibre in the 90th minute. A new center to the heart of the area does not finish to clear Jordi Alba and Villalibre put the 2-2.
Those of Koeman already caressed the title but did not know how to close the final. Two disconnections ended Athletic’s life and ended up mortgaging the Spanish Super Cup.