Youssef En-Nesryi’s first-half goal for the Spaniards was wiped out by Cole Palmer’s goal in the second half, resulting in the penalty shootout.
It also compounds what has proved to be a spectacular stretch of accomplishments under Guardiola, an era unmatched in the Club’s rich 129-year history, culminating last season’s unprecedented triple achievement of Champions League, Premier League, and FA Cup.
At the Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium, home of Greek team Olympiakos, a miss by Sevilla’s Nemanja Gudelj sealed the victory for Pep Guardiola’s team after five consecutive penalties for City.
It was the first time Manchester City took part in the competition, which pits the UEFA Champions League champions against the current Europa League champions.
Since taking over as Club manager in the course of the summer of 2016, the Catalan has now presided over 15 significant trophies.
Five Premier League championships, two FA Cups, four League Cups, one Champions League, two Community Shields, and now the UEFA Super Cup make up the impressive collection.
Before 2023 expires, Manchester City has the potential to further increase its collection of awards.
Man City will be going to Saudi Arabia in December to compete in the FIFA Club World Cup for the first time.
On the domestic front, Manchester City has begun defending its Premier League title and is attempting to become the first side in English football history to win four consecutive league championships.