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Report by Michael via crew

David de Gea spared two spot-kicks as Manchester United beat Real Madrid 2-1 on punishments in the International Champions Cup, after the match finished 1-1 at Levi's Stadium on Sunday.

Casemiro, who scored from the spot in the second half to counterbalance Jesse Lingard's opener, missed the pivotal P.K after De Gea kept out endeavors from Mateo Kovacic and Oscar Rodriguez.

Just three of the 10 spot-kicks taken in the shootout were fruitful, with Daley Blind and Henrikh Mkhitaryan the scorers for Jose Mourinho's side.

Marcus Rashford and Lingard kept their places from the 2-0 triumph over Manchester City as Mourinho rolled out nine improvements to confront the Champions League winners.

Lingard looked brilliant and drew a savvy prevent from Keylor Navas with the diversion's first significant endeavor on eight minute encounter.

The England star went close again minutes before his goal, terminating only wide from 22 yards.

At the point when the opener came, it was cordiality of a phenomenal help by Anthony Martial. The Frenchman dribble pass three Real players and teed up Lingard, who cleared home from short proximity.

Zinedine Zidane changed his whole team at the break, while Mourinho made eight substitutions, expediting Romelu Lukaku and Paul Pogba.

Bale on his move to shoot pass De Gea during the penalty shoot-out 

One of those presentations was Ander Herrera however the Spaniard endured only six minutes before being constrained off harmed.

Madrid were on level terms when Victor Lindelof wiped out summer signing Theo Hernandez in the P.K range, with Casemiro close by to dispatch the spot-kick.

The two clubs attempted to make in hot conditions yet the most obvious opportunity for a victory tumbled to Marouane Fellaini, who miscued over on the volley from seven yards.

In the penalty shoot-out, the initial four takers all fizzled - Martial and Scott McTominay for United and Kovacic and Oscar for Real - before Mkhitaryan place United in front, just for Kiko Casilla to then spare from Lindelof.

Be that as it may, Hernandez dragged his exertion wide no doubt, Blind sent Casilla the wrong way and Casemiro struck the crossbar to seal triumph for United.

Man of the match: David de Gea

The Spain goalkeeper was aware of keep out a shameless free-kick from Luis Miguel Quezada before venturing up in the shootout.

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