NEWS | 08/30/2019
Real Madrid defeated Feyenoord at the Louis II stadium in Monaco (3-1) in 2002.
Before Feyenoord, Madrid did not take long to get ahead: in 15 ', Paauwe diverted a center from his left to his own goal. Roberto Carlos, and just six minutes later, the Brazilian side returned to be protagonist doing 2-0 with a shot to the square with his right leg.
The Dutch cut distances in the second half through Van Hooijdonk and thanks to a free kick, one of his specialties. But Guti sentenced the title in the 60 'with a header that left the final 3-1 on the scoreboard. Seventeen years later, the Real Madrid He has won three more Super Cups in three different cities: Cardiff, Trondheim and Skopje.
3- Real Madrid: Casillas, Salgado, Hierro, Helguera, Roberto Carlos, Cambiasso (Pavón, 88 ’), Makelele, Figo, Guti (Portillo, 71’), Zidane (Solari, 86 ’) and Raúl.
1- Feyenoord: Zoetebier, Emerton, Gyan (Buffel, 72 ’), Paauwe, Rzasa, Van Wonderen, Bosvelt, Kalou, Ono, Van Hooijdonk and Lurling.
1-0 (min. 15): Paauwe, In own door.
2-0 (min. 21): Roberto Carlos.
2-1 (min. 56): Van Hooijdonk.
3-1 (min. 60): Guti.
Referee: Hugh Dallas (Scotland).
Stadium: Louis II (Monaco).