Man United Win over Real Madrid

Man United Win over Real Madrid

Manchester United win 3-2 on penalties against Real Madrid in the International Champions Cup (ICC) in Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, United States, Sunday (23/07/2017) local time or Monday morning GMT.

The penalty shootout was made after both teams drew 1-1. Man United scored by Jesse Lingard while Real Madrid equalized through Casemiro’s penalty.

In the early minutes of the game, Manchester United is more aggressive.

Jesse Lingard had a chance to open Man United’s lead after Anthony Martial bait, but his kick was still able to secure Real Madrid goalkeeper, Keylor Navas.

Lingard again threatened in the 24th minute that Raphael Varane was not careful to sweep the ball away.

Three minutes later, the change of cooperation between Isco and Dani Carvajal almost threatened.

However, the Red Devils defender, Matteo Darmian, quickly secured the area before Isco-Carvajal threatened Sergio Romero’s goal.

Man United’s long-awaited goal finally came in first-half injury time.

Lingard who from the beginning had threatened the Real Madrid goalkeeper could conquer the defense of El Real.

The goal originated from the action Martial. The Frenchman dribbled past three Real Madrid players.

He then sends a bait towards Lingard who is leaking the ball to conquer Navas.

Entering the second half, Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane replaces all his players.

The Man United tactics man, Jose Mourinho, retained only Marouane Fellaini, Matteo Darmian, and Martial from the first-round line-up.

Zidane’s decision to replace his players bear fruit positively. Theo Hernandez action forced Victor Lindelof to break it in the penalty box.

Casemiro who executed a penalty duties impeccably and equalized in the 69th minute.

Man United had a chance to return the advantage in the 83rd minute.

Fellaini who received feedback Scott McTominay off kick first time towards goalkeeper Kiko Casilla.

Apes for Man United, kicking the Belgian player is actually soar above the crossbar Real Madrid.

Because the score 1-1 did not change, the game continued to the penalty shootout.

Of the five Real Madrid executioners, only Luismi Quesada conquered David de Gea.

The remaining four, namely Mateo Kovacic, Oscar Rodrgiuez, Theo Hernandez, and Casemiro failed to execute a penalty.

As for the camp of Manchester United, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Daley Blind successfully perform their duties.

Meanwhile, kick Anthony Martial, Scott McTominay, and Victor Lindelof failed to break down El Real goalkeeper.

Results 2-1 on penalties also endorse Manchester United victory over Real Madrid.
Real Madrid 1-1 Manchester United (Casemiro 69′-penalty; Lingard 45 ‘) – Man United 2-1 win on penalty shootout

Real Madrid: 1-Keylor Navas (13-Kiko Casilla, 46 ‘); 2-Dani Carvajal (34-Achraf Hakimi, 46 ‘), 5-Raphael Varane (26-Luismi Queazada, 46’), 6-Nacho (33-Manu, 46 ‘), 12-Marcelo (27-Alvaro Tejero, 46 ‘); 8-Toni Kroos (14-Casemiro, 46 ​​’), 10-Luka Modric (16-Mateo Kovacic, 46′); 11-Gareth Bale (29-Francisco Feuillassier, 46 ‘), 22-Isco (32-Oscar Rodriguez, 46’), 17-Lucas Vazquez (15-Theo Hernandez, 46 ‘); 9-Karim Benzema (28-Daniel Gomez, 46 ‘)

Coach: Zinedine Zidane

Manchester United: 20-Sergio Romero (1-David de Gea, 46 ‘); 24-Timothy Fosu-Mensah (17-Daley Blind, 46 ‘), 3-Eric Bailly (2-Victor Lindelof, 46’), 4-Phil Jones (12-Chris Smalling, 46 ‘), 36-Matteo Darmian (25 -Antonio Valencia, 77 ‘); 16-Michael Carrick (Henrikh Mkhitaryan, 46 ‘), 27-Marouane Fellaini, 44-Andreas Pereira (21-Ander Herrera, 46’) (39-Scott McTominay, 52 ‘); 11-Anthony Martial, 19-Marcus Rashford (9-Romelu Lukaku, 46 ‘), 14-Jesse Lingard (6-Paul Pogba, 46’)

Coach: Jose Mourinho

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