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2016: Twelve months ago

Barça beat Jorge Sampaoli’s Sevilla comfortably, with a 2-0 win at the Sánchez Pizjuán followed by a 3-0 victory at Camp Nou. Two goals from Arda Turan and one each for Messi, Munir and Luis Suárez did the trick.


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2015: Beaten by Valverde

Barça were the stunned by the man who is now their manager, Ernesto Valverde, as Athletic Club stormed to 4-0 victory in Bilbao. Barça did all they could to turn things around at the Camp Nou, but Piqué’s sending off did nothing to help matters and the 1-1 draw was not enough to avoid painful defeat.


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2015; Close encounter

A Neymar goal at the Calderón gave the side coached by Tata Martino a 1-1 draw at the Calderón, and while the second leg ended without score, it was a gripping game to watch. Barça sneaked the title on away goals.


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2013: Madrid sieze the moment

Barça won 3-2 at the Camp Nou with goals from Pedro, Messi and Xavi, but a 2-1 defeat at the Bernabéu, with Adriano sent off after the first half hour, meant that Tito Vilanova’s side missed out on the silverware on the away goals rule.


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2011: Messi does it again

This was a memorable encounter against Jose Mourinho’s Real Madrid. The first leg at the Bernabéu ended two apiece, leaving it all to be decided in the return. The Camp Nou witnessed a real thriller, with Messi eventually securing a 3-2 win with just two minutes left. Guardiola had won the trophy for the third time in a row.


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2010: Super comeback

The Super Cup came so early that many of the Barça squad that had been at the World Cup (won by Spain in South Africa) were not back from vacation in time for the first leg at Sevilla, and which the Andalusians won 3-1. With the big guns back, the Camp Nou was the stage for a dramatic turnaround, with a majestic Leo Messi scoring a hat-trick and another coming from a Konko goal to end things in favour of FCB.


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2019: One of six

This was the famous year of the sextet and Barcelona collected the Super Cup with remarkably little difficulty against a familiar rival in Athletic Club, managed by Joaquin Caparrós. The Catalans won the first leg in Bilbao 2-1 with goals from Pedro and Xavi, and a brace from Messi and one more from Bojan confirmed Barça’s glory

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