Real Madrid's captain Iker Casillas (C) holds up the trophy beside team mates after winning the UEFA Super Cup final against Sevilla at Cardiff City stadium, Wales, August 12, 2014. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
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Cristiano Ronaldo upstaged new teammates Toni Kroos, James Rodriguez and homecoming hero Gareth Bale as Real Madrid beat Sevilla 2-0 in Cardiff Tuesday to win the UEFA Super Cup.When a Sevilla attack broke down, Ronaldo flashed a pass inside to Rodriguez, who immediately sprayed the ball wide to Bale on the left flank.Ronaldo doubled his side's lead, and his personal tally, four minutes into the second period, gathering a pass from Karim Benzema and walloping a left-foot shot past international colleague Beto.Beto prevented Madrid from extending their lead by clawing away a shot from Benzema and then brilliantly blocking a crisp strike by Colombia star Rodriguez, who made way for Isco with 18 minutes to play.
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