Bayern Munich beat Sevilla in extra-time to win the UEFA Super Cup
- Bayern Munich came from a goal down to win the UEFA Super Cup in extra-time over Sevilla
- Lucas Ocampos opened the scoring from the spot for the Spanish side before Leon Goretzka equalized from the Germans
- Javi Martinez got the winner for Bayern when he netted in extra-time after coming on as a substitute
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Bayern Munich beat Sevilla in extra-time to win the UEFA Super Cup.
The German side added another trophy to their impressive haul from the season when they came from behind to beat a spirited Sevilla side.
Spanish substitute Javi Martinez got the winner for Bayern, heading past Bono after the Sevilla keeper had parried a David Alaba shot straight to him.
Sevilla went ahead in the first half when Alaba conceded penalty from which Lucas Ocampos gave Sevilla the lead.
Ivan Rakitic, making a second Sevilla debut in his career, won the penalty that gave the Spanish side a vital lead.
Bayern mounted pressure on the Spanish outfit with their pressure paying off in the 34th minute.
Muller found Lewandowski who laid off to Goretzka who side-footed the ball past Bono.
Substitute Javi Martinez got the win for Hansi Flick’s side in the 104th minute in extra time to give the Germans another trophy.