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Benfica won the International Champions Cup 2019

International Champions Cup 2019

International Champions Cup 2019 has been started with 12 international clubs from six nations are participating in the seventh edition of the tournament.

Arsenal (England), Manchester United (England), Tottenham Hotspur (England), Bayern Munich (Germany), Fiorentina (Italy), Inter Milan (Italy), Juventus (Italy), Milan (Italy), Benfica (Portugal), Guadalajara (Mexico), Atlético Madrid (Spain), Real Madrid (Spain)

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Match 18:

Atletico Madrid 2-1 Juventus

Thomas Lemar (24′) and João Félix (33′) scored as Atletico Madrid defeated Juventus in the final game of the ICC 2019.

Match 17:

Tottenham Hotspur 1(3)-1(4) Inter Milan

João Mário scored the winning penalty as Inter Milan defeated Tottenham Hotspur in the penalties after the scored were leveled at 1-1 after regulation time.

Match 16:

Manchester United 2(5)-2(4) AC Milan

David de Gea saved the final penalty as Manchester United defeated AC Milan in the game leveled 2-2 at the end of the regulation time.

Marcus Rashford (14′) and Jesse Lingard (72′) scored for Man United and Suso (26′) scored for AC Milan.

Match 15:

AC Milan 0-1 Benfica

Adel Taarabt (70′) scored the only goal of the game as Benfica defeated AC Milan and finished the game with three wins in three games and have the now have the best chance to win the tournament.

Match 14:

Real Madrid 3-7 Atletico Madrid

Diego Costa (1′, 28′, 45′ PEN, 51′) scored four goals including three in the first half, João Félix (8′) scored his first goal, Ángel Correa (19′), and Vitolo (70′) added one each as Atletico Madrid thrashed Real Madrid in the Madrid Derby game played at the MetLife Stadium.

Match 13:

Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Manchester United

Anthony Martial (21′) and Angel Gomes (80′) scored as Manchester United defeated Tottenham Hotspur in the game played at the Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai.

Match 12:

Fiorentina 1-2 Benfica

Caio Lucas Fernandes (90’+3′) scored the winning goal in the injury time as Benfica defeated Fiorentina in the game played at the Red Bull Arena in New Jersey.

Match 11:

Juventus 1(4)-1(3) Inter Milan

Merih Demiral scored the winning penalty as Juventus edge pasts Inter Milan in the game leveled 1-1 at the end of the regulation time.

Cristiano Ronaldo (68′) brought back the Serie A champions after Matthijs de Ligt (10′) own goal put Inter Milan ahead in the game.

Match 10:

Guadalajara 0(4)-0(5) Atletico Madrid

Jan Oblak saved the final two penalties after the game ended scoreless as Atletico Madrid edge pasts Guadalajara in the game played at Globe Life Park.

Match 9:

Bayern Munich 1-0 AC Milan

Leon Goretzka (45’+3′) scored the only goal of the game in the injury time of the first half as Bayern Munich defeated AC Milan in the game played at the Children’s Mercy Park.

Match 8:

Real Madrid 2(3)-2(2) Arsenal

Real Madrid edge past Arsenal with a comeback draw and victory in the penalties after trailing 0-2 in the first 55 minutes of the game played at FedEx Field.

Match 7:

Juventus 2-3 Tottenham Hotspur

Harry Kane stunned Juventus with a stunning strike from halfway mark in the injury time to start the tournament in the game played in Singapore National Stadium.

Eric Lamela (30′) scored the opening goal to put Tottenham ahead later in the second half Gonzalo Higuain (56′), and Cristiano Ronaldo (60′) scored to put Juventus ahead which was later levelled by Lucas Moura in the 65th minute.

Match 6:

Bayern Munich 3-1 Real Madrid

Corentin Tolisso (15′), Robert Lewandowski (67′), and Serge Gnabry (69′) scored as Bayern Munich thrashed Real Madrid to spoil Eden Hazard’s debut for Los Blancos.

Match 5:

Arsenal 3-0 Fiorentina

Edward Nketiah (15′, 65′) and Joseph Willock (89′) scored as Arsenal won their second game of the tournament.

Match 4:

Benfica 3-0 Guadalajara

Raúl de Tomás (4′), Rafa (70′), and Haris Seferovic (73′) crushed Guadalajara to win the first win of the tournament.

Match 3:

Manchester United 1-0 Inter Milan

Mason Greenwood (76′) scored the only goal of the game as Manchester United defeated Inter Milan in the opening game of the tournament.

Match 2:

Arsenal 2-1 Bayern Munich

Edward Nketiah (88′) scored the late goal as Arsenal defeated Bayern Munich in the second game of the tournament.

Louis Poznanski’s own goal in the 49th minute put Arsenal ahead which was later leveled by Robert Lewandowski in the 71st minute of the game.

Match 1:

Fiorentina 2-1 Guadalajara

Giovanni Simone (26′) and Riccardo Sottil (52′) helped Fiorentina win the opening game of the tournament with a comeback from behind victory.

DateMatch
July 16thFiorentina 2-1 Guadalajara
July 17thArsenal 2-1 Bayern Munich
July 20thManchester United 1-0 Inter Milan
July 20thBenfica 3-0 Guadalajara
July 20thArsenal 3-0 Fiorentina
July 20thBayern Munich 3-1 Real Madrid
July 21stJuventus 2-3 Tottenham Hotspur
July 23rdReal Madrid 2(3)-2(2) Arsenal
July 23rdBayern Munich 1-0 Milan
July 23rdGuadalajara 0(4)-0(5) Atletico Madrid
July 24thJuventus 1(4)-1(3) Inter Milan
July 24thFiorentina 1-2 Benfica
July 25thTottenham Hotspur 1-2 Manchester United
July 26thReal Madrid 3-7 Atletico Madrid
July 28thMilan 0-1 Benfica
August 3rdManchester United 2(5)-2(4) Milan
August 4thTottenham Hotspur 1(3)-1(4) Inter Milan
August 10thAtletico Madrid 2-1 Juventus
TeamGPWDLPts
Benfica33009
Atletico Madrid32108
Man. United32108
Arsenal32107
Bayern Munich32016
Tottenham31114
Inter Milan30213
Fiorentina31023
Juventus30122
Real Madrid30122
AC Milan30121
Guadalajara30121

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