Real Madrid qualified for the final round of the Spanish Super Cup after beating Valencia 4-3 on penalties on Wednesday in the semi-finals of the competition at King Fahd Stadium in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.

The two teams resorted to playing an extra time of half an hour divided equally into two halves, after the end of the original time with a 1-1 draw.

Karim Benzema scored for Real in the 39th minute from a penalty kick, before Samuel Leno equalized for Valencia in the 46th minute.

Neither of the two teams succeeded in deciding the match in his favor during extra time, so they decided to penalty kicks, which eventually smiled in favor of Real Madrid.

Real participates in the Spanish Super Cup as a champion of the local league last season, while Valencia plays after its second place in the King’s Cup in the same season.

Real Madrid set a date in the final match, which will be held next Sunday, with the winner of the other semi-final meeting between Barcelona, ​​last season’s league runners-up, and Real Betis, the King’s Cup winner in the same season.

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