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Barça came from behind against Movistar Inter to win the Spanish Super Cup in Alzira. Having lost seven of the eight finals played against the side from Madrid, this was a particularly welcome victory, and it means Barça get to win the trophy for the second year in a row and the fourth in total.
Inter took the early initiative through Fits after five minutes, and although Barça fought back immediately, they'd have to wait until the start of the second half for the equaliser, with Sergio González latching onto the end of a mix-up in the Inter defence.
Antonio chose the perfect moment to score his first goal for Barça, with just ten minutes to go and when Adolfo made it three it looked like game over. And although Inter quickly pulled a goal back, Dyego made it 4-2 straight after to put paid to any chance of a late comeback. Marcenio made utterly sure of that with a goal a minute to the end, and Inter's late third goal made no difference to the outcome.
Movistar Inter: Jesús Herrero, Raya, Lucas Tripodi, Sepe, Raúl Gómez, Deko, Carlao, Drahovsky, Fits, García, Jorge Félix, Lemos, Morales, Pacheco, Torres & Yamada.
Barça: Dídac, A. Coelho, Mercenio, Lozano, Pito, Adolfo, Catela, Dyego, Feixas, González, Lluch, Ortiz, Pérez & Puigvert.
Goals: 1-0, Fits (min. 5); 1-1, Sergio González (min. 23); 1-2, Antonio Pérez (min. 30); 1-3, Adolfo (min. 36); 2-3, Cec (min. 36); 2-4, Dyego (min. 38); 2-5, Marcenio (min. 39); 3-5, Borja Díaz (min. 40).
Referees: Antonio Navarro & Alberto Sarabia.
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