Mourinho set for Real Madrid showdown
[GUINNESS INT'L CHAMPIONS CUP] Chelsea beat AC Milan, 2-0, before a crowd of 39,764 fans at Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., to move into the final of
the Guinness International Champions Cup against Real Madrid, the club its manager, Jose Mourinho, recently left to return to Stamford Bridge.
Goals by Kevin De Bruyne and Andre Schurrle, who both played last season in the German Bundesliga, gave the Blues the
win over Milan that moves them into Wednesday's final at Miami's Sun Life Stadium on Wednesday.
The LA Galaxy will play Milan for third place in the first game of Wednesday's
Tuesday's placement games will pit Inter Milan against Juventus (seventh-place) and Everton against Valencia (fifth place).
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