Real Madrid put up a 5 star performance totally stunning Barcelona and in deed football lovers world wide as they nicked their second trophy within a week into the new footballing season.
The Spanish and European champions were dominant, even without the suspended Cristiano Ronaldo.
Marco Asensio, who also scored in the 3-1 first-leg win, gave them an early lead with an excellent 25-yard strike.
And Karim Benzema flicked up Marcelo's cross and turned defender Samuel Umtiti to fire home a second with Barcelona rarely looking like coming back.
Real eased off in the second half, with the cup practically wrapped up, and Barca improved slightly as a result, with Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez hitting the woodwork.
In less than two years in charge, Zinedine Zidane has led Real to two Champions Leagues, and the 2016-17 La Liga title.
It meant that Zidane has again made history, winning every trophy he won with Real Madrid as a player and now as a Manager.
The formidable Spanish and European Champions look menacing with their free flowing and intimidating style of play. Will any team find it possible to beat them when they have everyone available? Only time can tell as the new season swings in fully.