Manchester City has added UEFA Super Cup to their trophy cabinet after beating Sevilla on penalties on Wednesday’s night.
City added the Uefa Super Cup to the Treble they claimed last season with victory over Sevilla in Athens.
This was few days after Pep Guardiola lost the Community Shield to Arsenal in a penalty shootout.
They saw their fortunes transformed when Sevilla’s Nemanja Gudelj hit the bar after nine successful penalties.
City had to come from behind in an entertaining encounter to force penalties after a towering header from Youssef En-Nesyri put the Europa League holders ahead on 25 minutes.
Sevilla goalkeeper Bono and his Manchester City counterpart Ederson both excelled with fine saves before man-of-the-match Cole Palmer rose at the far post in the 63rd minute to level with a looping header from Rodri’s cross.
It set up the tense finale that resulted in another piece of silverware being added to Guardiola’s vast collection.
The win over Sevilla has qualifies City to compete Club World Cup scheduled to commence in September.