Real Madrid: Keylor Navas; Dani Carvajal, Sergio Ramos, Varane, Marcelo; Kroos (Borja Mayoral 102’), Casemiro (Dani Ceballos 75’), Isco (Lucas Vázquez 83’); Bale, Benzema, Marco Asensio (Modric 57’). 4-3-3.
Atlético Madrid: Oblak; Juanfran, Savic, Godín, Lucas Hernández; Koke, Rodri (Vitolo 72’), Saúl Ñíguez, Lemar (Thomas 90’); Griezmann (Correa 58’), Diego Costa (Giménez 108‘). 4-4-2.
0-1. 01. Diego Costa. Headed on long ball and scored with angled shot.
1-1. 27. Benzema. Steered far post header past Oblak from Bale cross.
2-1. 63. Sergio Ramos (penalty). After Juanfran handled ball in area.
2-2. 79. Diego Costa. Fired shot past Navas after Correa laid ball back.
2-3. 98. Saúl. Struck volley past keeper after Thomas played ball across.
2-4. 104. Koke. Connected with Vitolo pass and drilled shot across goal.
Yellow cards: Marco Asensio 35’, Marcelo 54’, Correa 61’, Dani Ceballos 90’, Modric 100’, Vitolo 105’, Sergio Ramos 112’.
Atlético Madrid finally beat city rivals Real Madrid in a European final, Simeone’s team scoring twice in extra time in Tallinn to take their third European Super Cup title! With less than a minute on the clock they were already in front, Diego Costa heading on a long ball and holding off his markers to beat Keylor Navas from a wide angle. The Champions League winners were missing Cristiano Ronaldo for the first time, but new coach Julen Lopetegui still put out a strong line-up, and with just under half an hour gone Benzema headed in a long cross from Bale to make it all square. Early in the second half Sergio Ramos made it two from the penalty spot after Juanfran handled a Kroos corner, but Costa appeared again to equalise following a good team move. That took the game into extra time, and Saúl and Koke latched on to assists from substitutes Thomas and Vitolo to hand their neighbours their first defeat in an international final in 18 years.