Barcelona qualified for the Spanish Super Cup final this Wednesday, defeating Real Sociedad on penalties.
The Catalans, in proof because they were runners-up in Spain, went ahead in the 39th minute, in a Frenkie de Jong header. However, at minute 59, Mikel Oyarzabal tied the match for Real Sociedad, finalist of the King’s Cup (the final has not yet taken place).
The game went on for extra time, but was not resolved in time, so it was condemned to the tiebreaker by penalties.
Barcelona failed two – by Jong and Griezmann, the goalkeepers – but Real Sociedad failed three – Bautista, Oyarzabal and Willian José. The Catalans go ahead and wait for Real Madrid, Spanish champions, or Athletic Bilbao, the other Cup finalist.
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