Sevilla vs Man City: Manchester City defeated Sevilla in a 5-4 penalty shootout to win the UEFA Super Cup

Sevilla vs Man City: Manchester City defeated Sevilla in a 5-4 penalty shootout to win the UEFA Super Cup, adding to their Champions League victory.
City dominated the first half, forcing two good saves from Bono before Sevilla struck from nowhere to take the lead.
A quick, three-pass move started by Bono ended with a towering header from Youssef En-Nesyri to put Sevilla ahead.

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The Manchester City players are celebrating with the trophy after their victory in a penalty shootout during the UEFA Super Cup 2023 match between Manchester City FC and Sevilla FC at Karaiskakis Stadium on August 16, 2023 in Piraeus, Greece. (Getty Images)

After Cole Palmer headed in a cross from Rodri to equalize in the second half, Ederson made two crucial stops from En-Nesyri.
The game went to penalties after there were no more goals, and City won because Sevilla’s fifth attempt from Nemanja Gudelj struck the crossbar.

Cole Palmer (Manchester City) got player of the match

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Cole Palmer of Manchester City celebrates with the trophy after the victory during the UEFA Super Cup 2023 match between Manchester City FC and Sevilla FC at Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium in Piraeus, Greece. (Getty Images)

The fight between Cole Palmer and Marcos Acuna was one of the evening’s most enjoyable one-on-ones since it was a close match. Palmer had a lot of success, especially in the second half, leaving Acuna isolated on multiple occasions. His goal concluded a thrilling display.

Sevilla vs Man City: 4-5

Manchester City’s Nemanja Gudelj has been outstanding tonight, according to Sevilla. Oh, and he struck the crossbar’s top! Ederson, who was also far away from that shot, can tear away in joy. The UEFA Super Cup has been won by Manchester City.

Kyle Walker, Bono accurately predicts and makes a good touch on it, but the ball squirms in and is hard and low to the goalkeeper’s right.

Sevilla vs Man City: 4–4

This is the expert, Gonzalo Montiel. Finals of the World Cup, Europa League, and UEFA Super Cup. same outcome

Sevilla vs Man City: 4-3

Jack Grealish moves slowly, allows Bono to move, and lifts a center kick.

Sevilla vs Man City: 3-3

Ederson offered some kidology, but this is not Ivan Rakitic’s first time in the game. Although he moves in the appropriate direction, City’s goalie nestles the side netting.

Sevilla vs Man City: 3-2

Mateo Kovacic Clipped into the bottom left corner as Bono moves in the opposite direction,

Sevilla vs Man City: 2-2

Rafa Mir, whose late appearance makes me doubt he even touched the ball. But wow, does he rifle it there, into the top right corner. Excellent penalty.

Sevilla vs Man City: 2-1

Julian Alvarez is In the upper right corner, whallop. Bono made a poor estimate, but even if he had chosen the proper path.

Sevilla vs Man City: 1-1

Sevilla ties the score at 1-1 after a similarly smooth step from Ocampos, who Ederson misjudges.

Sevilla vs Man City: 0-1

Manchester will take the first penalty and put Sevilla in front of their fans, Introducing Erling Haaland. sends Bono in the incorrect direction and lands in the lower-right corner.

How will Manchester City perform without Kevin?

Kevin De Bruyne will be out indefinitely, possibly until 2024, according to a dejected Pep Guardiola, who delivered the news during the pre-game press conference.
It’s a setback for City, especially after the summer transfers of Riyad Mahrez and Ilkay Gundogan, two further assist and goal producers. However, the absence of their most creative force in front of the forward line is a major problem for Guardiola. They have strengthened elsewhere, with strong turns from Mateo Kovacic and rookie Josko Gvadriol.
Erling Haaland had one of his quietest outings to date while wearing a City jersey as Foden was tested out here and came and went from the game.

Cole Palmer’s total goals for Manchester City

In January 2022, Palmer scored against Swindon Town in the FA Cup, and in a post-game interview, he said, “Prem soon come.” Palmer then went viral. The prophecy has not come true as expected. The 21-year-old has six goals for City, but they have come in five different competitions: the FA Cup, Carabao Cup, Champions League, Community Shield, and now the UEFA Super Cup. Despite this, he has yet to score a Premier League goal for City.

With Mahrez gone, a skilled winger with a keen eye for goal who enjoys cutting in from the right flank and causing havoc with a rapier left foot has a clear opportunity. One of the heroes of England’s Euro U21 victory has been linked to a number of teams, including Brighton and West Ham. Palmer’s performances at Wembley and the Karaiskakis Stadium might have convinced Guardiola that he deserves to be kept on.

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