Spanish Super Cup, second leg

Real Madrid 3 - Sevilla 5

An extraordinary match at the Bernabeu stadium, with Sevilla winning the Spanish Super Cup for the first time after beating Real Madrid 3-5. Building on a one goal first leg lead, Juande Ramos's side were never behind on the night. Renato put the Andalusians ahead early on, and although Drenthe equalised with an impressive strike, the Brazilian midfielder restored the lead with his second of the night on the half hour mark. Kanouté made it three from the penalty spot after Pepe handled in the area, but Cannavaro headed another back on the stroke of half time and Sergio Ramos made it all square with another header later in the second half. But Kanouté took advantage of slack defending to complete his hat-trick in the last ten minutes, and Madrid ended with ten men after Pepe was sent off for a second bookable offence. (19.08.07)