Real Madrid Beats Barcelona in Spanish Super Cup in Saudi Arabia

Real Madrid Beats Barcelona in Spanish Super Cup in Saudi Arabia

Real Madrid won the Spanish Super Cup for the third time in the Kingdom, and the thirteenth in its history, after defeating Barcelona with a score of (4-1) in the final match that was held on Sunday at Riyadh's Awal Park stadium, organized by the Ministry of Sports.

Real Madrid kicked off the match after scoring the first goal in the 7th minute by its Brazilian player Vinicius Junior, who also netted a second goal in the 10th minute, while Barcelona took control of the match in the 33rd minute via its Polish striker Robert Lewandowski by scoring the first goal.

However, Vinicius succeeded in scoring the third goal for his team, via a penalty kick in the 39th minute, ending the first half.

In the second half, Real Madrid had an additional footprint, when its Brazilian player Rodrygo scored the fourth goal in the 64th minute, concluding the contest, which witnessed a unique crowd presence and major international following.

By hosting the Spanish Super Cup for the fourth time, which falls under the Quality of Life Program, the Kingdom recorded an exceptional success, by adding it to the series of international sporting events that it hosts, as part of its accomplishments to be a global sports destination and hub, and proving its high capabilities in organizing events and achieving Saudi Arabia’s 2030 goals.