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- Real Madrid vs Manchester United: Live Updates, Score, Reaction from 2017 UEFA Super Cup
Real Madrid v Manchester United: past encounters
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Graham Parker. Mon 24 Jul The politest thing you could say about both teams was that they were keeping their powder dry for the SuperCup. United move on to face Barcelona. Real Madrid will face the newly Danilo-d Manchester City in midweek. Thanks for your tweets and emails.
Bigger challenges will lie ahead for both teams, but it is an opportunity to get some silverware in the trophy cabinet and both Zinedine Zidane and Jose Mourinho will want per cent from their charges. Clock Icon pm. Bale tells BT Sport he's "concentrating on his football" despite talk of a transfer back to the Premier League. As Madrid celebrate retaining the trophy last achieved by AC Milan in , former manager Mourinho now owns an unwanted record. The final whistle sounds—Real Madrid start the new season as they ended the last in picking up a trophy. Goals from Casemiro and Isco gave them into a deserved lead but Manchester United rallied. Lukaku's debut strike offered hope to Mourinho's men, but they end up losing in Skopje.
Please refresh the page and retry. T he Uefa Super Cup is still the one trophy that is not part of the Jose Mourinho collection but even a man who takes defeat as badly as him might regard this one at the hands of the best team in Europe as a lesson worth learning. This Real Madrid side are one of the great teams of the 21st century, and there were times in the game when it looked like it might take another generation for United to catch them, never mind within the timeframe the current manager might have. The champions of Europe three times in the last four years and a team at the peak of their development — Madrid are quite simply very hard to play against. They took the Super Cup again, as they had in two of the previous seasons and there were times when this was a sobering lesson for United in what it takes to rule Europe, delivered by those usual cruel masters of the midfield, Isco, Toni Kroos and Luka Modric. Yet at this level every team can deliver surprises and United came off the ropes in the final half an hour, with a goal from Romelu Lukaku and a final rally that saw them go close to taking the game to extra-time.
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David de Gea showed Real Madrid what they are missing by playing the hero act for Manchester United as they won on penalties after a International Champions Cup draw in California on Sunday. The Spain international, a long-time reported target of the Champions League winners, saved spot-kicks from Mateo Kovacic and Oscar before Casemiro hit the crossbar with his shoot-out kick - having scored from 12 yards in normal time - to hand United victory. United took the lead shortly before half-time thanks to a sensational piece of play from Anthony Martial, the forward jinking away from Dani Carvajal, Luka Modric and Lucas Vazquez to give Jesse Lingard the simplest of finishes at the back post. Casemiro levelled from the penalty spot after Victor Lindelof could only stop a rampaging Theo Hernandez by crashing into him before the Brazilian missed the decisive penalty in a poor shoot-out. United remain unbeaten in the four matches they have played on their tour of the United States after holding off Madrid in searing temperatures, while the first pre-season match for Zinedine Zidane's men ended in defeat.
It was one of Ferguson's former players, though, who tipped the balance Madrid's way. Cristiano Ronaldo, having equalised in the first leg, made a dream return to Old Trafford by scoring the goal that sent the Merengues into the last eight at the expense of his old club, who had been reduced to ten men by Nani's dismissal with United ahead. The Brazilian had not long completed his hat-trick, putting the Spanish visitors up on the night with a brilliant curling effort past Fabien Barthez. Two late goals by future Madrid midfielder David Beckham merely gave the aggregate scoreline a modicum of respectability. Replies from Beckham and Paul Scholes proved to be too little, too late. Madrid went on to claim their ninth European title a month later in Paris.
Real Madrid vs Manchester United: Live Updates, Score, Reaction from 2017 UEFA Super Cup