FC Barcelona trembled with a lot of effort into the final of the Spanish Supercup. Without the ailing superstar Lionel Messi, the Catalans had to go to penalties against Real Sociedad San Sebastián in Cordoba.
After a 1: 1 (1: 0) after regular time and a goalless overtime, Barcelona had the better end from the point with 3: 2.
After Frenkie de Jong’s lead in the first half in the 39th minute, Mikel Oyarzabal (51st) equalized for San Sebastián with a penalty.
This could lead to the Clásico against Real Madrid in the final next Sunday, if the champions prevail against Athletic Bilbao in the second semi-final game this Thursday.
A total of four teams have qualified for the Supercup in Spain since 2019 – in addition to the two cup finalists, the champions and the runner-up. If they have also reached the cup final, the best-placed team in the league moves up.
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