2020 Spanish King Cup champion Real Sociedad. Real Sociedad and Athletic Bilbao played the 2019-2020 final of the Spanish King’s Cup yesterday. After 34 years, Real Sociedad took the trophy home. Athletic Bilbao was the loser despite his good football According to Real Sociedad fans, this was a miracle.
The match was canceled due to the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19). Both clubs agreed to play the match with fans. The final, played this year after last year, was played when there was an epidemic, despite all measures. This year, the fans left the teams alone in the final.
Ma. It was in Sevilla’s La Cartuja Olympic Stadium. There was 0-0 barbarism in the match in the first half.
The second half was Real Sociedad, who took more risks and looked for goals. In the 63rd minute, Mikel Oyarzabal scored a 1-0 lead from the penalty.
The Cup is Real Sociedad’s.
Real Sociedad continued its advantage until the end of the match. After 34 years, he became the owner of the trophy for the third time in his history. Real Sociedad took the trophy from King Felipe VI.
On the other hand, for the first time in the history of the King’s Cup, the Basque region’s two teams faced each other in the final.
Athletic Bilbao, who has won the King’s Cup 23 times so far, has managed to make it to the final this season.
The final of this season in the Spanish King’s Cup is between Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao on April 17th.
Police intervened to supporters of the rampage in Bilbao.
Meanwhile, about 3 hours before the start of the match in Sevilla, Athletic Bilbaolu fans took to the streets.
Real Sociedad, Winner of the Spanish King Cup
These fans did not comply with the mask-wearing and social distance measures taken in Kovid-19. Some of the fans who wanted to support their team attacked the police. They threw bottles, stones, and chairs on the terraces of the surrounding bars at the police.
Fan groups dispersed with the intervention of the police. A young man is currently in the hospital.
Basque police have increased security measures due to the teams’ returns and trophy celebrations.