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Trending: United beat Real Madrid on pens


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Trending: United beat Real Madrid on pens, Pique in hint on Neymar future

Watch as Real Madrid and Man United's ICC match ends in a bizarre penalty shootout with an astounding seven misses.
With both sides combining to miss seven attempts, Man United escaped with a 2-1 penalty shootout win over Real Madrid.
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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has ruled out a move for Real Madrid star Gareth Bale.

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INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS CUP: Manchester United's David De Gea was the penalty shootout hero in Sunday's International Champions Cup win against Real Madrid at Levi's Stadium.

- Ogden: Observations from Man United's 1-1 draw with Real Madrid

MAN UNITED: Jose Mourinho praised Anthony Martial's improving work ethic at Manchester United, but insisted that the French forward must still do more following his performance...

How Liverpool have coped with their Hong Kong tour, prepare for Germany

Jurgen Klopp had some fun with a journalist in regards to how immensely the transfer market has changed over the years.

HONG KONG -- Moments after lifting the Premier League Asia Trophy on Saturday, Liverpool were heading back home. They completed the lap of honour, then boarded the coach to Hong Kong International Airport -- via the luxurious Ritz-Carlton Hotel to quickly gather belongings -- in just a matter of minutes. Liverpool's summer schedule is packed and time waits for no team.

The squad will enjoy two full days on Merseyside before embarking on another preseason trip away -- where the real work begins for...

Lindelof struggles as Pereira shows promise: Man United's tour so far

Jose Mourinho says he is desperate for more signings at Manchester United.

Manchester United are four games into their preseason programme and Jose Mourinho's team have beaten LA Galaxy, Real Salt Lake, Manchester City and Real Madrid.

They have got three games to come against Barcelona in Washington DC, Valerenga in Oslo and Sampdoria in Dublin before the serious business starts.

Mourinho has already identified the Super Cup with Real Madrid in Macedonia on Aug. 8 as the start of United's season. It comes five days before the start of the Premier League campaign against...

 By Chris Wright

John Terry lifts first trophy as Aston Villa player, and it's... different

John Terry kicked off his Aston Villa career by adding yet another trophy to his already bulging collection of silverware.

The former Chelsea captain made his bow for Villa in a preseason tournament out in Germany, seeing off competition from Duisburg and Hertha Berlin to win the "Cup of Traditions".

And what a mighty cup it is too -- a small figurine clambering out of an oversized burst football in which he was presumably imprisoned, all atop a swirling plinth made from precious gold and silver...

 By Mark Worrall

Clinical Chelsea pose nice selection headache for Antonio Conte

Michy Batshuayi's brace led the way for Chelsea's rout of Arsenal in their friendly in China.
Antonio Conte maintains Alvaro Morata was his first choice when it came to luring a new striker to Chelsea.

It may have been billed as a friendly, but the clinical fashion in which Chelsea dismantled Arsenal in the 3-0 victory over their London rivals at Beijing's Birds Nest Stadium this weekend served as a timely reminder of the qualities Antonio Conte's Premier League title-winning side possess.

Conte's starting XI was a marker of the Italian's intent to take the contest seriously -- only missing wantaway striker Diego Costa, who has clearly played his last game for the club, and injured midfielder...

 By Chris Wright

Ronald McDonald leads Manchester United, Real Madrid onto pitch

Ronald McDonald led Real Madrid and Manchester United out before their pre-season friendly in California.
Watch as Real Madrid and Man United's ICC match ends in a bizarre penalty shootout with an astounding seven misses.
With both sides combining to miss seven attempts, Man United escaped with a 2-1 penalty shootout win over Real Madrid.

More than a few quizzical eyebrows were raised at the very start of Manchester United and Real Madrid's friendly meeting in San Francisco on Sunday night as the two sides emerged from the tunnel.

At the behest of the matchday sponsors, the two sides were escorted out onto the pitch at the Levi's Stadium by none other than Ronald McDonald himself.

Ronald McDonald made a surprise appearance before Manchester United and Real Madrid kicked off in Santa Clara.

The red-haired fast food clown then joined the line-up to shake hands with the two teams during the prematch formalities.

Mercifully, McDonald didn't...