Lionel Messi became the most honoured player in Barcelona history on Sunday, winning his 33rd trophy for the club as the La Liga champions beat Sevilla 2-1 to win the Spanish Super Cup.
Pablo Sarabia opened for Sevilla in the ninth, when the video assistant referee overruled an offside call in the first use of VAR in Spanish competition.
Franco Vazquez then headed an Ever Banega corner onto the crossbar moments later as Sevilla came within inches of taking the lead in Morocco once again.
Gerard Pique, who announced his worldwide retirement with Spain on Saturday, levelled three minutes before the interval for Barcelona after he was fastest to respond to a loose ball following a Messi free-kick.
GK Marc-Andre ter Stegen, 7 - Made an outstanding low save to deny Sarabia late in the first half and guessed correctly to foil Ben Yedder's penalty, which was harshly given against the German after Aleix Vidal crashed into him.
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This data, Sutopo said, will be the official data and verification is important as the basis for disbursing public money for aid. The earlier earthquakes also left cracks in walls and roofs, making the weakened buildings susceptible to collapse.
However, he did stress that he wanted the €105 million signing from Borussia Dortmund to stay at Camp Nou, hinting that the decision was not necessarily his to make.
It had been thought the Spanish Super Cup was the same but Sevilla said they would object to "an improper line-up".
"I think that Sevilla are professionals and we are professionals".
Former Bayern Munich midfielder Arturo Vidal debuted for Barcelona as a late substitute.
Sevilla qualified for Sunday's match as last season's Copa del Rey runners-up, after Barcelona won the league and cup double.
"Sevilla FC is surprised by the RFEF's announcement 24 hours before the Super Cup", Sevilla said in a statement. In their last statement for the 2018-2019 season, only three were due to be allowed, without exception.