Enrique has now won every trophy in European and Spanish football! Barcelona have won the Spanish Super Copa and they never looked likely to lose at any point. They out-classed Sevilla in both legs, and there is still more to come from the Catalans this season, that's for sure.
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FULL-TIME: Barcelona 3-0 Sevilla (5-0 on aggregate)
SO CLOSE TO A FOURTH! That would have been the crowning moment of this win. Messi beat his marker three times on the edge of the box, but he could only curl his finish wide.
Just two minutes of stoppage time to be played at the end of the second half.
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That was a poor challenge from Vitolo. He deserves that booking, even at this late stage.
Messi just couldn't make the connection. Munir slotted a ball in behind the Sevilla defence, but there was just too much weight on it and the Argentine couldn't stretch far enough.
This has been a commanding win for Barcelona. They never looked like losing, even if Sevilla started the second leg well before conceding early on. Very comfortable for the Catalans.
Turan takes control of the ball on the left and swings a cross into Alba, but the left-back was offside as he tried to glance a header goalwards. What was he doing up there?
So with Mascherano off the pitch it looks like Rakitic has slotted in at centre back for the final few minutes of this match. That's a new position for the Croatian. Interesting.
It's noticable that Vietto is playing at a higher pace to everyone else in the Sevilla team. He wants this final 10 minutes to show what he can do. He's had a difficult start to life at the club.
Munir has been kept rather quiet this evening. The youngster is a first team figure at the moment with Neymar at the Olympics with Brazil, but he has been missing in absence.
INJURY PROBLEM! This could be an issue for Mascherano. The Barcelona defender has fallen to the turf with a strain of some kind and the home side will finish this with 10 men.
The intensity has been missing from this match for quite some time, but Barcelona are still camped on the edge of the Sevilla, looking for a fourth goal and a seventh goal on aggregate.
That was almost magic from Munir! Instead of letting the ball run out for a corner kick he attempts to beat his back with a backheel turn and finishes at the near post, but the ball was out.
This could be a big season for Samper. Roberto was given a chance last term and he made the most of it. Now it's up to Samper to do the same in the first team in the 2016/16 campaign.
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Enrique also makes a couple of changes, with the Barcelona boss rejigging his midfield unit for the final 15 minutes or so of this match.
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Indeed, here comes the change from Sevilla. Vietto is coming on for the away side. He needs to impress.
In fact, it looks like both teams are ready to make changes apiece. It's getting to that point of the match when the flow of the contest is compromised as managers look to rest players.
Umtiti might have given away a penalty kick in the first half, but the French international has been impressive for Barcelona tonight. He is an exciting prospect for the Catalans.
It looks like Vietto is about to come on for Sevilla. The former Atletico Madrid striker is stripped and ready on the touchline. He will be hoping to make an impression for his new team.
FIRED OVER THE BAR! Messi fights for the loose ball just inside the Sevilla penalty area and wins it, but he flashes his effort over the crossbar when he should have hit the target.
The wall does his job and blocks Messi's freekick effort. There wasn't enough dip on the shot and Sevilla survive. That certainly wasn't one of the Argentine's best freekicks.
Here comes Umtiti! The French defender charges forward, through the centre of the pitch, and is dragged down around the edge of the penalty area. Has Pique been teaching him that?
CORRECTION: It was actually Digne, not Turan, who came off for Alba a few moments ago. Turan came to the touchline, but he was only receiving some additional instruction.
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Now Sevilla make another change, with Vitolo coming on for the final 25 minutes at the Camp Nou. What impact can he have?
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There's the first change of the net from Barcelona, Turan has put in quit a shit for the home side.
Enrique will take plenty encouragement from this game. There have been big performances from several players and he is about to sub one of them off. Turan will be withdrawn.
Barcelona are in exhibition mode now. They are enjoying themselves now. Sevilla are having to hang on for dear life at the moment, with the Catalans looking for a fourth goal.
The header from Messi was mightily impressive, but the cross from Digne was even better. The Frenchman has settled in well to his new club. Alba might have some competition.
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Sampaoli makes his first change of the evening and Ganso comes off for the away side.
GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL! Barcelona 3 (56 mins - Lionel Messi) Sevilla 0. He scores headers as well! Messi was second best to win that, but he got on the end of Digne's cross and finds the far corner of Sevilla's net with the effort.
No trouble for Bravo there. Konoplyanka drives at the Barcelona backline for the first time this evening, but his shot towards the near post is saved by the Chilean in goals.
Messi is playing in that deep position again tonight. He is leaving the attacking to others. He's the one dropping into midfield and picking the passes for others to run on to.
OVER THE BAR! That was the chance for Turan to get his hat-trick, with Messi sliding the Turkish international through on goal. But he put too much weight on his chipped finish.
Sevilla have shown glimpses of just how dangerous they can be in the final third, and in that sense there is more for Sampaoli to be positive about tonight than in the first leg.
This is where this could get dangerous for the away side. They have nothing to play for, with Barcelona controlling the game and looking for more. Sevilla must be careful not to get thumped.
Sampaoli must be so frustrated with the way his team has started this second half. He would have wanted them to keep it tight but they conceded within just minutes of the restart.
So Turan - a player who has been linked with a move away from Barcelona this summer - has scored both goals for the Catalans this evening. He's making a strong case to remain.
GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL! Barcelona 2 (47 mins - Arda Turan) Sevilla 0. And that should certainly be that. Barcelona press high up the pitch, winning the ball and giving Turan the chance to loop a finish over Rico, who was slightly off his line.
And so Barcelona are just a half of football away from winning the first piece of silverware on offer in the Spanish game. They hold a 3-0 aggregate lead as things stand.
The second half is under way at Camp Nou! Barcelona hold a 1-0 lead over Sevilla on the night.
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HALF-TIME: Barcelona 1-0 Sevilla (3-0 on aggregate). The away side hit the bar with a header from Mercado in the closing moments of that first half, but Barcelona have been pretty comfortable here.
That was slightly ambitious from Messi! He spotted Rico missing from his line about 30 yards out and took the shot, but he scuffed his effort and the ball flashes past the post.
Messi almost manages to dribble his way through the entire Sevilla defence. However, in the end he is stopped and the Argentine is denied another sensational goal. That would have been good.
Barcelona are now doing a good job of keeping hold of the ball, frustrating Sevilla and keeping them at arm's length. The Catalans have dominated possession for the most part.
There's an apathy from the crowd inside the Camp Nou as well tonight. Who can blame them? Their team is coasting and it's close to midnight in Spain. Most of them are watching with a Horlicks.
The intensity has been sucked from this game. Sevilla have shown glimpses of what they can do, but there has been no sustained charge from them. Barcelona have had it easy.
Digne has been impressive for Barcelona down the left side this evening. He will provide some good back-up for Alba on that flank. Can they get him to play at right-back? That would be useful.
That was Sevilla's opportunity to claw their way back into this game. They have been second best since the opening goal, but they needed to take that chance from the spot.
PENALTY KICK SAVED BY BRAVO! Iborra steps up to the penalty spot, but there wasn't any real conversion in his shot and the Chilean goalkeeper read it, making the stop.
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YELLOW CARD: Samuel Umtiti (Barcelona)
PENALTY KICK TO BARCELONA! The referee decides that Umtiti handled the ball inside the box, despite the protests from the home side.
Umtiti has been impressive in this first half of his debut for Barcelona, but that has been offset by the performance of Mascherano alongside him at the back. He has been shaky!
Of course, Barcelona have two exceptional goalkeepers, with Marc-Andre Ter Stegen playing for them in the Champions League. But it's still surprising that they're letting Bravo go.
It's been interesting to observe the reception that Bravo has been given by the Camp Nou crowd tonight. He is very popular there but is thought to be close to joining Manchester City.
Gomes' passing has been good in these opening 30 minutes of play on his debut, with the Portuguese midfielder also picking up some good positions. But his shooting has been poor.
Messi has been dropping very deep in this match to pick up the ball and pick the passes ahead of him. That approach worked for him in the first leg and it's working for him again.
GOMES SHOOTS WIDE! The play opens up for the new Barcelona signing after a counter-attacking move, but Gomes snatches at his shot and drags his effort wide of the target.
WHAT A PASS BY MESSI! The Argentine picked up the ball in deep and picked out the run of Turan, who squared it for Munir. But the flag was up to deny Barcelona a second goal.
Luciano Vietto has failed to impress in his two games for Sevilla so far this season, and Sampaoli's side have been better without him this evening. The youngster is still adapting.
Nevertheless, Sevilla have looked more dangerous in the 20 minutes they have played of this match than they did in either of their two games previously played this season.
It's a shame, because up until the opener Sevilla were making a real contest of this. They had had a couple of chances and were looking to claw one back from the Catalans.
Indeed, Barcelona are in complete control of this match now, with Sevilla now just looking to plug the gaps and keep the scoreline to something respectable. What else can they do?
Sevilla have had the life sucked from them since that opening goal went in. They probably recognise that at 3-0 the tie as a contest is most likely over. No way back for them.
JUST PAST THE POST! Messi has his first sight of goal this evening, but from just inside the penalty area he flashed his effort just past the near post. He should have scored.
Barcelona kick off their Liga campaign on Saturday at home to Real Betis and Enrique must be rather pleased with what he has seen from his team up until this point. They have a grip of the game now.
It will be interesting to see how Gomes does for Barcelona tonight on his debut for his new club. It is hoped that he will provide a bit more drive and energy through the midfield.
Sevilla will feel hard done by that goal because they have been the better of the two teams early on in this match. But that's the threat that Barcelona carry. They can score at any time.
GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL! Barcelona 1 (10 mins - Arda Turan) Sevilla 0. Against the run of play in the opening 10 minutes, Barcelona have taken the lead. Messi and Gomes combine to set up Turan, who slid a finish beneath Rico.
Turan has been handed a starting spot for Barcelona again tonight. There has been plenty speculation concerning his future at the club this summer, but Enrique seems to be a fan of his.
Enrique must be dismayed with how his side have started this match. They have been distinctly second best, with Sevilla causing them more problems than they did in the entire first leg.
WHAT HAPPENED THERE? From his position at the corner flag Mascherano gets it all wrong and almost chips his own goalkeeper with a skewed clearance that goes behind for a corner.
ON TO THE CROSSBAR! Ben Yedder flicks a header towards the Barcelona goal, with Bravo tipping the effort from the Sevilla striker on to the woodwork. That was a reflex stop!
Sevilla have started this match well. They recognise that they probably need an early goal in this second leg if they are to put any pressure on Barcelona and win this trophy.
BRAVO MAKES THE DIVING SAVE! Ben Yedder gets in behind the Barcelona backline and sends a low shot towards the far post, but the Barcelona keeper tips it round the target.
Luis Enrique has made no fewer than six changes to his side from the first leg. There are debuts for Samuel Umtiti and Andre Gomes, with Lucas Digne also making the lineup.
You might think this is a late kick off in the United Kingdo, but keep in mind that this is an 11pm kick off in Spain. The time of the kick off has been controversial. Neither team is happy.
The first half is under way at the Camp Nou! It's Barcelona against Sevilla in the Super Copa!
TEAM NEWS: Bravo, Sergio, Denis, Arda, Messi, Mascherano, Munir, Digne, Gomes, Vidal, Umtit. /// Sevilla - Rico, Mercado, Diego, Mariano, Iborra, Kranevitter, Ganso, Correa, Sarabia, Konoplyanka, Yedder.
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