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Photos and videos futbol. Saved by Oblak as the ball makes its way through a tunnel of bodies and heads. Casemiro to Isco and he plays back to Kroos.
Mendy gets it and back to Kroos. Valverde ends up with it out on the right and he flicks it over Lodi before winning a corner.
Saul rushed over as help. Some good pressure from Atletico in the middle as Morata drops to poke the ball off Casemiro.
Valverde wins it though and Madrid build again. A couple of throws in quick succession for Atletico. Herrera bundles Kroos over with the ball in the air and Madrid win a free.
Lodi down the lft and Felix picks it up, looks up and makes ground moving inside. He gives it away but Atletico win a throw. Felix with a nice chance to break but Modric puts him under pressure and wins it back.
It results in a Casemiro strike with his left. He curls it into Oblak's arms. Morata down the right of the penalty area and pops it inside.
Carvajal head it away. Dangerous from Atletico after winning it back from Isco in a dangerous position. Real Madrid with all the ball early on but Atletico win it back now and try to attack.
Trippier prying down the right. Long ball down to Oblak is a handy first touch for him. We kick-off just a touch after but we are officially underway in the Spanish Super Cup final.
It's the fifth Madrid derbi outside of Madrid in the last six years including two Champions League finals, a Spanish Super Cup and a friendly in New Jersey last summer.
They were all really interesting and three of them went to extra-time. The referees stand at the front line. The players behind them and they are all ready to emerge out onto the field.
Teams in the tunnel ahead of their game. Vrsaljko remember him? Morata also has a hug for his former teammate. A lot of empty seats.
A big change from the some of the last finals these teams have played against each other in Lisbon and Milan.
The warm-ups are underway in Jeddah. The temperature in Saudi Arabia is 22 degrees before kick-off and kick-off is at local time so that should drop.
Perfect conditions for a game of football. Zidane hasn't lost any of the eight finals he has played as a coach. He's the coach with the Midas touch in finals.
Modric, Kroos and Casemiro are back in midfield with Isco and Valverde for support today. The Croatian in that pack defines the German in this video.
Simeone decides to leave Herrera and Partey in the middle despite the fact that it didn't really work against Barcelona. Llorente came on and played well but remains on the bench for Simeone.
Zidane opts for five in the middle again and Jovic up top on his own. You wonder if he is thinking about Manchester City with these line-ups as he plans to pack the middle against Pep's side.
Mendy retains his place despite Marcelo's return to full fitness. The SuperDerbi takes place tonight, or at least that's what it has been dubbed for online purposes.
Is it even a real derby if it doesn't have it's own hashtag? He went back off against though as he re-injured his hamstring.
It gives Simeone the chance to play around with his midfield again today. Herrera came off for him but Marcos Llorente came on and played well.
He would love the chance to play against his former team. Meanwhile, Zidane spoke about how he has become a better coach during his second spell in the Real Madrid dugout.
Simeone says the final and playing against teams like Real Madrid make them a better team. Today might be a good chance for us to see what Zidane is thinking at left-back.
Marcelo is back fully fit but so is Mendy. The Brazilian has been his de facto choice at that position for years but Mendy offers more defensive solidity.
They are better with the French man in the side even if they do lose something going forward, perhaps.
He has answered most of them. Involved in six goals in the last four games and is the spark Simeone's side have needed recently.
No doubt that he gets the start today. Florentino Perez flew in to watch the final and took some time to mingle with the Jeddah fan group ahead of the game.
The rojiblancos hold an edge over their crosstown rivals. Here's a quick preview with injury news and predicted line-ups too.
Real Madrid beat Valencia in their semi-final. And I can hear the cogs churning behind your eyes as to how these four teams ended up in Saudi Arabia when the Spanish Super Cup was traditionally played at the start of the year between the league winners and Copa del Rey winners from the previous years.
Here's how they ended up in a four-team miniature tournament in Saudi Arabia. Hay nuevos mensajes. Ramos to take, obviously. Buries that one too.
Trippier to take and he has to score this. He scores. Modric taking. Partey up next. He absolutely buries it. That was a special penalty.
Rodrygo vs Oblak. He hits the post. Real Madrid with the chance now to make it In , they met in the two-legged final of the Copa de la Liga with each winning their home leg, although Real Madrid winning on aggregate.
With a 2—1 aggregate score, the rojiblancos won the title. They would once again meet in the one-legged final of the Spanish Super Cup in the —20 season, with Real Madrid prevailing 4—1 on penalties following a 0—0 draw after extra time at the King Abdullah Sports City stadium in Jeddah , Saudi Arabia.
The two clubs met in the semi-finals of the —59 European Cup. The tie finished 2—2 on aggregate, and Real Madrid winning the play off game held in Zaragoza.
Real then went on to win the trophy outright. The two clubs met in Lisbon for the Champions League Final , making it the first time two clubs from the same city played in the final.
Real Madrid won 4—1 after extra time , earning their tenth European Cup after having last won in They met again in the quarter-finals of the —15 Champions League.
The two rivals met again in Milan for the Champions League Final. After a 1—1 draw, Real Madrid won 5—3 on penalties.
The second leg took place at the Vincente Calderon, which was the last European fixture at the iconic stadium.
The home side was victorious, winning 2—1, however they were eliminated once again by their fierce rivals with the final aggregate score ending 4—2 to Real who went on to beat Juventus at the Champions League Final.
As of 29 September , the top scorer of all time in the Madrid Derby is Cristiano Ronaldo with 22 goals scored.
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