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  Friday, 30 August, 2002, 20:38 GMT 21:38 UK
Real win Super Cup
Roberto Carlos (left) is congratulated by Zinedine Zidane and Raul among others
Roberto Carlos (left) accepts the plaudits after scoring
Real Madrid 3-1 Feyenoord

European champions Real Madrid won the European Super Cup for the first time on Friday, beating Uefa Cup holders Feyenoord 3-1 with a superb display of attacking football in Monaco.

Real dominated the traditional curtain-raiser to the new European season, taking control of the game with two superbly-worked goals in the space of seven first-half minutes.


They are known to be the best team in the world, and tonight they proved it
Feyenoord coach Bert Van Marwijk

The first came in the 14th minute after Zinedine Zidane started a flowing move on halfway.

The ball founds its way to Roberto Carlos and he drilled in a cross which ended with Patrick Paauwe turning the ball into his own net.

Seven minutes later Roberto Carlos made it 2-0 with an unstoppable curling shot after exchanging passes with Esteban Cambiasso.

Feyenoord briefly put Real under some pressure when Pierre van Hooijdonk scored a superb free-kick after 56 minutes to make it 2-1.


It is nice to take this trophy home for the first time
Real Madrid boss Vicente Del Bosque

But Real quickly re-established their two-goal lead when Guti, unmarked at the far post, headed home a Luis Figo cross five minutes later.


Real Madrid: Casillas, Salgado, Hierro, Helguera, Roberto Carlos, Makelele, Cambiasso, Figo, Zidane, Raul, Guti. Subs: Cesar, McManaman, Bravo, Flavio, Portillo, Solari, Pavsn.

Feyenoord: Zoetebier, Gyan, Van Wonderen, Paauwe, Rzasa, Emerton, Bosvelt, Ono, Lurling, Van Hooijdonk, Kalou. Subs: L'Ami, Van Haaren, Dos Santos Silva, Buffel, De Haan, Sprockel.

Referee: Hugh Dallas (Scotland)


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