Ninety minutes was not enough to separate Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid in the Supercopa de Espana final on Sunday.
Madrid emerged victorious in a penalty shoot-out in Jeddah after extra time finished with the two sides still locked at 0-0.
It marked the fifth straight time a single-game final between the city rivals has gone to the additional 30 minutes.
Here we look back at an incredible run of all-Madrid marathons.
2013 Copa del Rey final: Real Madrid 1-2 Atletico Madrid
The third trophy won by Diego Simeone with Atletico, the Rojiblancos beat their rivals in their own backyard in a dramatic final at the Santiago Bernabeu that saw then Madrid boss Jose Mourinho, Cristiano Ronaldo and Gabi sent off.
Ronaldo had put Madrid ahead by converting Mesut Ozil’s corner in the 14th minute, but Diego Costa equalised after being played in by Radamel Falcao and Miranda’s near-post header sealed a famous triumph for Atletico.
2014 Champions League final: Real Madrid 4-1 Atletico Madrid
Having beaten Barcelona and Madrid to a shock LaLiga title, Atletico appeared poised to deny Los Blancos ‘La Decima’ after Diego Godin opened the scoring in Lisbon. However, Sergio Ramos’ superb 93rd-minute header forced extra time, and goals from Gareth Bale, Marcelo and Ronaldo secured European glory for Carlo Ancelotti’s men.
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2016 Champions League final: Real Madrid 1-1 Atletico Madrid (5-3 pens)
More heartbreak on European football’s grandest stage for Atletico as Madrid again denied them a first Champions League crown. Ramos bundled home the opener for Madrid but, after Antoine Griezmann struck the crossbar from the spot, Yannick Carrasco fired in from Juanfran’s cross to level. However, Juanfran hit the post in the only miss of the shoot-out, Ronaldo confidently converting the winning penalty and giving Madrid their 11th European title and first of three in a row under Zinedine Zidane.
2018 UEFA Super Cup: Real Madrid 2-4 Atletico Madrid
Atletico laid down an early marker ahead of the 2018-19 season in a hugely entertaining Super Cup. Costa opened the scoring with a ferocious finish from a tight angle in the first minute in Tallinn and equalised after Karim Benzema’s header and a Ramos penalty turned the contest on its head.
Saul Niguez’s stunning volley gave Atletico a 3-2 lead in extra time and Koke added a fourth to seal victory, though it proved a false dawn as they finished 11 points behind Barcelona in LaLiga and went out in the last 16 of the Champions League. For Madrid, it was the start of a dismal season in which Julen Lopetegui and Santiago Solari endured disappointing tenures before Zidane was brought back.
2020 Supercopa de Espana: Real Madrid 0-0 Atletico Madrid (4-1 pens)
The final of the first four-team Supercopa in Saudi Arabia provided a disappointing spectacle, as Madrid and Atletico meandered to a goalless draw light on incident in normal time. There was a tempestuous end to extra time as Madrid midfielder Federico Valverde was sent off and, for Atletico, a disappointingly familiar finale as Ramos slotted home the decisive spot-kick.
It was a game that illustrated just how evenly matched the neighbours are, with Atletico going into the second half of the LaLiga season aiming to eradicate their five-point deficit to Madrid and leaders Barca.
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