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Football in its purest form is what has been enjoyed during the celebration of the Ávila Supercup 2022, which this Sunday had its culmination with


Football in its purest form is what has been enjoyed during the celebration of the Ávila Supercup 2022, which this Sunday had its culmination with the celebration in the capital of of the semifinals and the final.

After the dispute on Saturday of the quarterfinal qualifiers, four teams were left with options to proclaim themselves champions, , Seville, Valencia and Villarreal.

First thing this Sunday morning, the two semi-final matches were played, which pitted Real Madrid against Villarreal, and Sevilla against Valencia. In the first of those games, the Madrid team triumphed by a hurried 3-2, while the Sevilla players got into the final by beating the Valencian team 2-0.

In this way, Real Madrid and Sevilla jumped after 1:00 p.m. to the Adolfo Suárez municipal stadium, where before a large number of people, including the former president of Sevilla, José María del Nido, they played an entertaining final that the Madrid team won by winning 2-0.

The people of Madrid scored their first goal as soon as the 5th minute of the match had been completed through the mediation of their center forward Carlos Sánchez, who had a good handful of chances to have scored the second goal earlier, which would not arrive until the last minute of the match when the Sánchez himself beat Diego Alfaro, the Sevilla goalkeeper, who was the true architect of his team’s chances of at least drawing in the final stretch of the match.

After the final, a trophy delivery ceremony closed a competition that has toured the province of Avila.

honor roll The honor roll of this Ávila Supercup 2022, both collectively and individually, has been as follows:

– Champion: Real Madrid CF.

– Runner-up: Seville CF.

– Third classified: Valencia.

– Fourth classified: Villarreal.

– Champion of the consolation final: Real Club Celta de Vigo.

– Runner-up in the consolation final: Real Valladolid.

– Best goalkeeper: Diego Alfaro (Sevilla).

– Top scorer in the final phase: Íker Aranda (Valencia).

– Best player in the final: Carlos Sánchez (Real Madrid).