Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi ran riot as Barcelona swaggered to a fourth Copa del Rey triumph in a row.
Former Liverpool striker Suarez struck twice, with Messi netting a sublime team goal inbetween, as Barca killed off Sevilla with three first-half goals.
Soon-departing midfield veteran Andres Iniesta slipped home the fourth on 52 minutes following a one-two with Messi that summed up Barcelona at their best.
And Philippe Coutinho slotted home a penalty to underline Sevilla’s misery.
Vincenzo Montella’s side lost their cool at times after that – with Barcelona far too hot for them.
But Sevilla’s fans took the walloping in better heart, performing a mass Poznan around the ground.
Suarez almost curled what would have been a hat-trick strike.
And legend Iniesta, 33, was taken off just before the end to earn richly-deserved applause from both sets of supporters.
Victory means Barca have now won the Spanish Cup an incredible 30 times,
And rarely, surely, as stylishly as tonight at Atletico Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano stadium.
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