Bayern Win UEFA Super Cup By Stretching Unbeaten Streak To 28

Bayern Munich won the UEFA Super Cup on Thursday in Budapest with a closer-than-expected 2-1 victory over Sevilla. In a match that featured the Champions League winners against the Europa League winners, it was the Bavarians who came from behind to win it in extra time.


After Lucas Ocampos' opening goal in the 13th minute from a penalty kick, Bayern began to dominate possession and shots, though they weren't as convincing in front of goal as they were in Friday's 8-0 win over Schalke. It was Leon Goretzka's equalizer in the 34th minute that forced extra time as Javi Martinez headed home the winner in the 104th minute.

The victory for Bayern was their 23rd straight, stretching the club's unbeaten streak to 28 games.

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