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Trending: United beat Real Madrid on pens


El Tri problems deeper than just Osorio


A busy summer for Mexico stars

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

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.
International Champions Cup: Marouane Fellaini (83') Real Madrid 1-1 Manchester United
International Champions Cup: Casemiro (69') Real Madrid 1-1 Manchester United
International Champions Cup: Jesse Lingard (45'+1') Real Madrid 0-1 Manchester United
International Champions Cup: Keylor Navas (7') Real Madrid 0-0 Manchester United
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has ruled out a move for Real Madrid star Gareth Bale.

Monday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

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...

 By Jason Davis

Chicago stays at the top but major shake-ups abound through rankings

NYCFC went a man down early but netted two second-half goals to hold off the Chicago Fire.

After two weeks off for the Gold Cup, the Power Rankings see a major shake-up -- in part thanks to a unpredictable midweek slate that had 14 teams playing twice in Week 20.

1. Chicago Fire (no change): The Fire stay at the top because of the difficulty of playing away without Dax McCarty, and because the 2-1 loss to NYCFC was their first defeat since April 29.

2. New York City FC (+1): Up a spot for Patrick Vieira's boys thanks to a four-point week against the top two teams in the East, including...

 By Tom Marshall

Juan Carlos Osorio feels the heat but Mexico's issues run far deeper

ESPN FC's Herculez Gomez breaks down what Mexico's loss against Jamaica means for the United States.

PASADENA, Calif. -- When Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio left the Rose Bowl on Sunday evening, roughly 45 minutes after the final whistle had sounded on El Tri's 1-0 defeat to Jamaica, it was under heavy security.

Fans and journalists had waited for him outside the elevator that takes the manager down to ground level. He had watched the match from a private box due to his FIFA ban. Cries of "Osorio out!" came from the group of assembled fans and Mexico's coach was escorted out alongside...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Done deals - Europe's most expensive transfers: Lukaku, Walker, Lacazette

Check out Romelu Lukaku's full interview with ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes on the Belgium striker's move to Manchester United.

The transfer window is well underway, but here are the biggest deals (over £30m) you may have missed from around Europe so far. And check back for updates.

For a full breakdown of all transfers in Europe's major leagues, sortable by club, please click here.

Note: All fees are undisclosed and based on ESPN FC sources unless noted with *.

Romelu Lukaku - Everton to Man United: £75m

Everton recouped a massive fee for Romelu Lukaku.

Lukaku was linked with a move back to Chelsea but chose Manchester United instead and is now a teammate...

 By David Usher

Philippe Coutinho's Barcelona links a concern for Liverpool

The FC crew have all the latest on Philippe Coutinho's links with Barcelona.
The FC crew have all the latest on Philippe Coutinho's links with Barcelona.
The FC crew have all the latest on Philippe Coutinho's links with Barcelona.

Barcelona stepping up their pursuit of Philippe Coutinho was really not what Liverpool needed this summer. Jurgen Klopp's focus has been on trying to add top-quality talent to what he already has, and losing his prized asset would undermine everything he is trying to achieve. Understandably, Liverpool seem determined not to let it happen.

Mohamed Salah, Andrew Robertson and Dominic Solanke have joined, but despite having vast swathes of cash to spend Liverpool have been struggling to secure their...

 By Chris Wright

Thierry Henry throws first pitch before New York Mets game

Thierry Henry threw out the first pitch at Citi Field with characteristic nonchalance
Thierry Henry threw out the first pitch at Citi Field with characteristic nonchalance.

With Barcelona still in the United States on their preseason jaunt, Thierry Henry fulfilled his ambassadorial duty by representing the club at the MLB game between New York Mets and Oakland Athletics on Sunday.

Henry attended the game at Citi Field alongside fellow Barca alumni Juliano Belletti, who were both presented with their very own personalised Mets jerseys to kick things off.

The Frenchman was then invited to toss out the ceremonial first pitch, which he did with characteristic nonchalance.