The Spanish powerhouse Real Madrid defeated Eintracht Frankfurt 2-0 on Wednesday night to claim their seventh UEFA Super Cup victory.
In the 37th minute of the game, which was held at the Helsinki Olympic Stadium in Finland, David Alaba gave the Spanish powerhouses the lead.
One goal led to the end of the first half.
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After the break, with a helper from Vinicius Junior, French striker Karim Benzema increased Real Madrid’s lead.
With the goal, Benzema passed Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored 450 goals for the Spanish team, to become Madrid’s second-highest goalscorer with 324 goals.
It’s a pleasure managing this team, manager Carlos Ancelotti stated after the game.
“There’s a healthy atmosphere, a great chemistry. It’s clear that good matches and victories help to keep a healthy dressing room.”