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Real Madrid reached the final of the 2023 Spanish Super Cup, but they needed penalty kicks to get past Valencia in the first semifinal of the competition played in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Los Merengues will now get the chance to win their second trophy of the 2022/23 season on Sunday when they take on the winner of Thursday’s semifinal between Barcelona and Real Betis. Real have already claimed the UEFA Super Cup in August.
Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois stopped a weak attempt by Valencia captain Jose Gaya to end the shootout, during which Real were perfect. However, the defending La Liga champions were far from it during a lackluster 90 minutes of regulation and extra time.
Outside of solo flashes from Vinicius Jr, and a couple of shots from distance, Real Madrid were not effective in buildup play and rarely threatened. The rare times they did, Valencia goalkeeper Giorgi Mamadarshvili was up to the task, but he couldn’t stop any of their penalties in the shootout.
Real Madrid took the lead in regulation on a Karim Benzema first-half penalty kick after the reigning Ballon d’Or winner was brought down in the Valencia box. But Valencia responded within 30 seconds of the second half kicking off, as Samuel Lino applied the far-post finish on a curling Toni Lato cross.
Outside of a late flurry to end the match, Real Madrid couldn’t muster much, but injuries also played a part in their stunted showing. Two starters, Aurelien Tchouameni and David Alaba, were already missing, and three other Madrid players picked up injuries on the night: Eduardo Camavinga (knee), Eder Militao (head injury), and Lucas Vazquez (ankle). Their availability to play on Sunday will prove a major factor for a Real Madrid side that’s clearly far from its best.
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Real Madrid vs Valencia final score
|Real Madrid||1||0||0||0||1 (4)|
RMA — Karim Benzema (penalty) — 39th min.
VAL — Samuel Lino (Toni Lato) — 46th min.
Real Madrid (4-3-3): 1-Courtois (GK) — 6-Nacho, 3-Militao (23-Mendy, 74′), 22-Rudiger, 17-Lucas V. (2-Carvajal, 69′) — 15-Valverde (19-Ceballos, 106′), 8-Kroos, 12-Camavinga (10-Modric, 46′) — 21-Rodrygo (11-Asensio, 84′), 9-Benzema, 20-Vinicius Jr.
Valencia (4-4-2): 25-Mamardashvili (GK) — 2-Thierry, 24-Comert, 15-Cenk, 14-Gaya — 3-Toni Lato (20-Foulquier, 95′), 4-Musah (8-Moriba, 95′), 18-Almeida, 16-Lino (29-F. Perez 82′, 6-Guillamon 114′) — 9-Justin Kluivert (19-Duro, 73′), 7-Cavani.
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Real Madrid vs Valencia live updates, highlights from Supercopa
Penalty shootout: Real Madrid 4, Valencia 3
Real Madrid were perfect during the shootout, while Valencia saw center-back Eray Comert and captain Jose Gaya fail to convert their attempts.
- 1st Rd – Valencia: Edinson Cavani takes the first one and scores (VAL 1, RMA 0)
- 1st Rd – R. Madrid: Karim Benzema blasts it into side netting (VAL 1, RMA 1)
- 2nd Rd – Valencia: Eray Comert sends it over the bar! (VAL 1, RMA 1)
- 2nd Rd – R. Madrid: Luka Modric scores it, but it was close (VAL 1, RMA 2)
- 3rd Rd – Valencia: Ilaix Moriba slots it home (VAL 2, RMA 2)
- 3rd Rd – R. Madrid: Toni Kroos place it nice and smooth (VAL 2, RMA 3)
- 4th Rd – Valencia: Hugo Guillamon goes down the middle (VAL 3, RMA 3)
- 4th Rd – R. Madrid: Marco Asensio scores it. Madrid are perfect (VAL 3, RMA 4)
- 5th Rd – Valencia: Jose Gaya watches Courtois stop his shot (VAL 3, RMA 4)
End Extra Time: Real Madrid 1, Valencia 1
120th min.: We’re heading to penalties.
114th min.: SUB Valencia. Hugo Guillamon is on for the young Fran Perez, who will be having nightmares about that missed chance. Valencia playing for penalties at this point.
110th min.: Chance Valencia! Fran Perez is through on goal, but instead of passing it to Edinson Cavani, he took a shot that went right into Thibaut Courtois, who closed the angle. That was a golden opportunity to seal the match.
110th min.: The referee blew the play dead on this chance for Real Madrid, but fans of Los Merengues say he shouldn’t have blown his whistle at all.
The issue is that this Vinicius Jr contact was deemed a handball and some think it is up for debate.
109th min.: Yellow card Real Madrid. Nacho Fernandez goes in the book for tripping up Edinson Cavani from behind. This match is moving closer and closer to penalties.
106th min.: Extra time resumes. Dani Ceballos is in for Real Madrid’s Fede Valverde. Fresh legs for Madrid’s midfield.
End 1st Extra Time period: Real Madrid 1, Valencia 1
105th min.: Chance Real Madrid! Another save by Mamardashvili on a blast by Toni Kroos. Another flurry by Real Madrid, but Valencia have numbers behind the ball and when the defenders can’t get to it, the goalkeeper is there.
98th min.: Yellow card Valencia. It’s shown to Andre Almeida for stopping a promising attack led by Marco Asensio.
95th min.: SUBS Valencia. Dimitri Foulquier and Ilaix Moriba are on for right-winger Toni Lato who was cramping up, and midfielder Yunus Musah, respectively.
93rd min.: Chance Real Madrid! Vinicius attempts a curler at the top of the box, but Valencia’s goalkeeper Mamardashvili stops him again.
91st min.: Extra time is underway. Real Madrid looked better to close out the second half. We’ll see if they can carry over that momentum into extra time. Outside of that late pressure they put together very little in that second half.
End regulation: Real Madrid 1, Valencia 1
97th min.: We’re heading to extra time.
95th min.: What a chance for Real Madrid! The ball is deflected to a wide-open Vinicius Jr. who can’t beat Valencia goalkeeper Giorgi Mamardashvili. Real Madrid is putting together a late flurry here.
90th min.: Seven minutes of stoppage time. It’s been a poor second half with few chances and very little rhythm. Especially with the injuries suffered by both teams, this is going to be a slog if we get to extra time.
88th min.: Chance Real Madrid! The defending La Liga champs are capable of a flash of brilliance and they almost got it with Karim Benzema heading a Fede Valverde cross just off target. That was Real Madrid’s first real attempt of the entire second half.
84th min.: SUB Real Madrid. Marco Asensio comes into the match for Rodrygo who was invisible in the second half.
82nd min.: SUB Valencia. Academy product Fran Perez comes on for Samuel Lino, who slipped and looked to pull something, though it may have also been a cramp.
79th min.: We’re 10 minutes away from extra time. Real Madrid have picked up three injuries (Camavinga reportedly also has ice on his knee on the bench) and they haven’t been able to muster a response in this second half. The younger legs of Valencia could prove the difference.
74th min.: SUB Real Madrid. And now it’s Ferland Mendy coming on for Eder Militao who stayed in the match after that earlier blow to the head and now has to come out. He didn’t look well immediately after he was struck by the shot. It took 20 minutes for him to come off. Nacho will play center-back with Mendy at left-back.
73rd min.: SUB Valencia. Hugo Duro comes on for Justin Kluivert at forward. It was a tough day for Kluivert: a lot of running but very little end product and a yellow card to top it off. He struggled to get by players.
69th min.: SUB Real Madrid. Dani Carvajal comes on for Lucas Vazquez, who’s limping down the sidelines.
65th min.: Injury stoppage. This time it’s Real right-back Lucas Vazquez who fell awkwardly on a run, and Dani Carvajal is already warming up. But Vazquez is going to give it a try.
63rd min.: That goal has given Valencia belief. This is anyone’s game at this point. That was a blow to Real, and they’ve lost some of the edge they had in the first half. Valencia looking the better team so far in this second half.
54th min.: Injury stoppage. Real Madrid’s Eder Militao takes a shot to the head and needs treatment. He looks shaken up but comes back into the game.
46th min.: Goal Valencia! It’s Samuel Lino who beats Lucas Vazquez to a beautiful curling cross into the box and he takes it on the volley in the six-yard box.
That cross by Toni Lato from the right side was delightful.
46th min.: Second half underway. Luka Modric in for Eduardo Camavinga.
Halftime: Real Madrid 1, Valencia 0
Halftime: Real Madrid imposed themselves to start, then Valencia gained the upper hand. An Edinson Cavani header saved by Real goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois was the best chance until Valencia defender Eray Comert brought down Benzema in the box and the Ballon d’Or winner converted.
The match is finely balanced, and Valencia are definitely not out of it. But there’s a distinct feel that Real’s forward’s are more dangerous than anything Valencia can muster.
Halftime: The half ends with Real Madrid complaining to the referee they should have had another penalty for a reckless push on Nacho on the edge of the box. No whistle from the referee.
45th min.: Offside Valencia. Three players were beyond the last defender to erase a play that ended with a point-blank shot by Edinson Cavani. Two minutes of stoppage time.
39th min.: Goal Real Madrid! Benzema as cool as usual, slots home the penalty.
38th min.: Penalty Real Madrid! Long ball over the top for Karim Benzema and Eray Comert sticks a leg out and knocks down Benzema as he was about to shoot on goal. Comert also gets a yellow card for his troubles. And there was no offside on the Militao long ball.
30th min.: Chance Real Madrid. Vinicius creates it himself. He pulls off the dummy move near midfield on Valencia right-back Thierry Correia and sprints all the way into the box to earn a corner.
28th min.: Yellow card Real Madrid. It’s Eduardo Camavinga who gets it for a foul on Toni Lato.
25th min.: Valencia spent a good five minutes in Real’s half, taking advantage of a handful of free kicks and corner kicks, but nothing that Real Madrid couldn’t handle defensively.
20th min.: Valencia want a penalty. Toni Lato got the ball in the box with space and Courtois came off his line to challenge, but Lato goes on a dive. No way that’s a penalty. The referee doesn’t bite.
19th min.: Chance Valencia! Just as Real Madrid were getting into a flow and enjoying their best period of the match, Valencia created a look against the run of play, but Edinson Cavani’s header couldn’t get past Courtois.
15th min.: Chances Real Madrid. Karim Benzema can also bring the game to life of course. He danced around the Valencia defenders in the box and just missed the left post. Then moments later it was Fede Valverde with a grass-cutter that also barely missed the left post.
10th min.: It’s been a subdued start to this one that comes to life when Rodrygo or Vinicius get on the ball. On one chance it was Rodrygo running through the heart of the Valencia defense, but his shot didn’t threaten.
8th min.: It’s the 200th match at the helm of Real Madrid for Carlo Ancelotti. Here’s the breakdown of his time on the bench:
5th min.: First shot of the match is a header off a corner by Eder Militao, but it’s off the mark.
1st min.: We’re off. Real Madrid on the front foot. Toni Kroos is in fact the deep-lying mid with Federico Valverde to his right and Eduardo Camavinga to his left.
5 mins from kickoff: Teams are out on the field. There’s a brief but cordial exchange between Carlo Ancelotti and Gennaro Gattuso. No personal problems evident there.
According to reports on site, there’s not much buzz among the fans in the stands:
25 mins from kickoff: Real Madrid are in the house, looking all business.
50 mins from kickoff: Here’s a full look at the Valencia lineup:
57 mins from kickoff: Lineups are in, and Carlo Ancelotti has gone with a strong group for this semifinal. The only available regular who is not in the starting lineup is Luka Modric, who drops to the bench. With Aurelien Tchouameni injured, Ancelotti has selected Eduardo Camavinga and Federico Valverde in midfield alongside Toni Kroos.
For Valencia, Edinson Cavani starts up front alongside Roma loanee Justin Kluivert who gets a rare chance here.
80 mins from kickoff: The entertainment outside the stadium in Riyadh is quite something!
105 mins from kickoff: Real Madrid and Barcelona, understandably, are two of the more successful teams in the Supercopa de Espana by a wide margin. As such, they are also the teams that have been a consistent presence in the expanded edition of the competition since moving to four teams in 2019.
Conversely, this is a big moment for Valencia as they hope to lift a rare trophy, and have been bitten recently in the new format of the competition.
120 mins from kickoff: The match will be a battle between two Italian coaches. Real Madrid’s Carlo Ancelotti once coached Valencia’s Gennaro Gattuso, but the veteran manager admitted to having a personality clash with the former midfield hardman. Their interactions will be one to watch.
Real Madrid vs Valencia lineups
Calf injuries rule out both midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni and defender David Alaba, and they will be replaced by Eduardo Camavinga and Antonio Rudiger. Luka Modric drops to the bench with Federico Valverde moving back into midfield, and Rodrygo filling in on the right wing. Nacho Fernandez replaces Ferland Mendy at left-back.
Real Madrid starting lineup (4-3-3, right to left): 1-Thibaut Courtois (GK) — 6-Nacho Fernandez, 3-Eder Militao, 22-Antonio Rudiger, 17-Lucas Vazquez — 15-Federico Valverde, 8-Toni Kroos, 12-Eduardo Camavinga — 21-Rodrygo, 9-Karim Benzema, 20-Vinicius Jr.
Real Madrid subs (10): 13-Andriy Lunin (GK), 26-Luis Lopez (GK), 23-Ferland Mendy, 2-Dani Carvajal, 5-Jesus Vallejo, 19-Dani Ceballos, 10-Luka Modric, 7-Eden Hazard, 11-Marco Asensio,
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Valencia manager Gennaro Gattuso has plenty to figure out coming off two straight losses and navigating the injuries to two key players like Nico Gonzalez and Samu Castillejo. Up front is Roma loanee Justin Kluivert alongside veteran Edinson Cavani, while Toni Lato replaces Castillejo on the right wing.
Valencia starting lineup (4-4-2, right to left): 25-Giorgi Mamardashvili (GK) — 2-Thierry Correia, 24-Eray Comert, 15-Cenk Ozkacar, 14-Jose Gaya — 4-Yunus Musah, 18-Andre Almeida, 16-Samuel Lino, 3-Toni Lato — 9-Justin Kluivert, 7-Edinson Cavani.
Valencia subs (12): 1-Iago Herrerin (GK), 13-Cristian Rivero (GK), 20-Dimitri Foulquier, 21-Jesus Vazquez, 8-Ilaix Moriba, 5-Gabriel Paulista, 6-Hugo Guillamon, 12-Mouctar Diakhaby, 33-Cristhian Mosquera, 19-Hugo Duro, 22-Marcos Andre, 29-Francisco Perez
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Real Madrid vs Valencia live stream, TV channel
Select broadcasters in countries around the world will carry the matches from the Spanish Supercopa, including in the UK and USA.
For other regions that don’t have a local broadcast or stream, fans can access the matches on streaming platform Shahid VIP, as indicated by LiveSoccerTV.
|UK||BT Sport 1||BT Sport site/app|
|USA||ESPN2, ESPN Deportes||fuboTV, ESPN+|
UK: The Supercopa will be carried in the UK on BT Sport’s TV and streaming platforms.
USA: The match will be televised on ESPN2 (English) and ESPN Deportes (Spanish) with both those televised matches streaming on fuboTV. ESPN’s streaming service ESPN+ will also carry streams in English and Spanish for subscribers.