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CHAMPIONSWORLD SERIES: Results & Schedule
July 31st, 2003 10:13PM

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July 22 at Seattle
Manchester United (England) 4 (van Nistelrooy 7, Giggs 28, Solskjaer 39, Bellion 72) Celtic (Scotland) 0.
Att.: 66,772.

July 25 at Cleveland
Celtic (Scotland) 1 (Sutton 59) Boca Juniors (Argentina) 0.
Att.: 20,842.

July 27 at Foxboro, Mass.
Barcelona (Spain) 2 (Saviola 28, 41) Juventus (Italy) 2 (De Vaio 86, Miccoli 87).
(Barcelona wins on penalties.)
Att.: 30,192.

July 27 at Los Angeles
Manchester United (England) 3 (van Nistelrooy 47, Forlan 49, 79) America (Mexico) 1 (Patino 87).
Att.: 57,365.

July 30 at Washington
Barcelona (Spain) 2 (Quaresma 11, Ronaldinho 51), AC Milan (Italy) 0.
Att.: 45,864.

July 31 at East Rutherford, N.J.
Manchester United (England) 4 (Giggs 24, Scholes 57, van Nistelrooy 60, Solskjaer 79) Juventus (Italy) 1 (Nedved 70).
Att.: 79,005.

Remaining game

Aug. 3: Manchester United (England) vs. Barcelona (Spain) at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, 8 p.m. ET.



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