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Friendlies: James Rodriguez makes Bayern debut; Arsenal, Dortmund win

James Rodriguez made his first appearance in a Bayern shirt on Saturday.

Thomas Muller and Juan Bernat scored as Bayern Munich beat Werder Bremen 2-0 in a 45-minute game to win the Telekom Cup on Saturday, while James Rodriguez made his first appearance after signing from Real Madrid earlier in the week.

Carlo Ancelotti named a strong side that included Mats Hummels, Thiago Alcantara, James, David Alaba, Kingsley Coman and Muller.

Muller, named captain for the day, put Bayern ahead on 12 minutes, set up the second for Bernat with a back-heel and missed a penalty during the game which was played in front of 41,283 in Monchengladbach.

Robert Lewandowski scored and Corentin Tolisso debuted earlier in the day as Bayern beat Hoffenheim 1-0 in another 45-minute game to advance to the final.

Arsenal concluded their preseason tour of Australia with a 3-1 win against Western Sydney Wanderers that came thanks to goals from Olivier Giroud, Aaron Ramsey and Mohamed Elneny.

Nacho Monreal caught the eye by providing two assists, while club-record signing Alexandre Lacazette got more minutes under his belt but the Gunners barely had to break sweat against their A-League opponents, who scored a second-half consolation goal through Steve Lustica.

Borussia Dortmund got their tour of Asia off to a winning start with a 3-2 victory against J-League runners-up Urawa Reds in a game that saw Mario Gotze return from a metabolic illness.

In front of almost 64,000 spectators at the Saitama stadium, Emre More scored twice before setting up Andre Schurrle to grab a late winner.

Reported Manchester United target Ivan Perisic was not part of the Inter Milan squad that lost 2-1 to Nurnberg. However, Luciano Spalletti did include a number of other recognisable names including new signings Borja Valero and Milan Skriniar.

Willian scored a hat trick as Chelsea ran out 8-2 winners over neighbours Fulham in a casual game at the Cobham training ground. Michy Batshuayi and Loic Remy both added a pair of goals.

Swansea City opened their U.S. tour with a 2-2 draw against the Philadelphia Union. The MLS side took an early lead on a CJ Sapong penalty, but though Swansea rallied to retake the lead by halftime with goals from Kyle Bartley and Jordan Ayew, Jay Simpson scored a second-half equaliser for the hosts.

Scottish Premiership champions Celtic were beaten 4-0 by Lyon with second-half goals from Maxwel Cornet, Myziane Maolida, Nabil Fekir and Amine Gouiri enough to secure a convincing win at Celtic Park.

Stoke finished their preseason tour of Switzerland with a 4-2 defeat to French champions Monaco.

Saido Berahino and Mame Biram Diouf scored for Stoke, while Fabinho, Allan Saint-Maximin, Radamel Falcao and Kevin N'Doram were on target for the Champions League semifinalists. Reported Arsenal target Thomas Lemar started the match and Kylian Mbappe came on at half-time.

Frank de Boer won his first game in charge of Crystal Palace as the Premier League side ran out 3-1 winners at non-league Maidstone United.

Jordon Mutch (2) and Jacob Berkeley were on target for Palace, who were without the majority of their first-team stars.

A strong Watford side fought back from two goals down against League Two opponents Wimbledon before eventually losing 3-2. New signing Nathaniel Chalobah watched from the stands after joining from Chelsea earlier this week.

Southampton began their preparations for the new campaign with a goalless draw against Swiss side St. Gallen in which new manager Mauricio Pellegrino named a different XI for each half.

Max Gradel scored the winner as Bournemouth beat Portuguese side Estoril 2-1. Jordon Ibe had given the Cherries the lead early in the second half before Estoril equalised from a free kick.

Marcus Rashford scored twice as Manchester United kicked-off their summer tour with a comfortable 5-2 win over LA Galaxy.

Rashford opened the scoring after just two minutes at the StubHub Center in Carson and added a second before half-time to go with goals from Marouane Fellaini, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Anthony Martial.

Romelu Lukaku and Victor Lindelof had to settle for places on the bench at the start but came on at half-time to make their United debuts.

Giovani dos Santos and Dave Romney scored for the Galaxy late on.

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