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Man United wins International Champions Cup
August 4th, 2014 11:32PM
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[INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES] Manchester United made it four wins and a shootout win on its U.S. tour with a 3-1 win over Liverpool in the final of the Guinness International Champions Cup, a sure way to put a smile on new manager Louis van Gaal. The final drew 50,014 fans at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, bringing the average for 13 games to 49,325 fans.

Two goals in three minutes fromJuan Mata and Wayne Rooney, the tournament MVP, and Juan Mata gave United the lead before substitute Jesse Lingard added an insurance goal. United finished with a scoring margin of 16-1.



International Friendlies, This Week:
Aug. 4 in Miami Gardens, Fla.
Manchester United 3 Liverpool 1
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Aug. 6 in Portland, Ore.
MLS All-Stars vs. Bayern Munich (Germany)
Aug. 6 in Houston
Guadalajara (Mexico) vs. AC Milan (Italy)

International Friendlies, Results:
July 15 in Oxnard, Calif.
Ventura County Fusion 3 Rangers (Scotland) 1
Att.: 1,500.
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July 16 in Milwaukee
Guadalajara (Mexico) 1 Swansea City (Wales) 1
Att.: 31,237.
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July 19 in Blaine, Minn.
Minnesota United 2 Swansea City (Wales) 0
Att.: 9,064.
July 19 in Sacramento, Calif.
Sacramento Republic FC 1 Rangers (Scotland) 2.
Att.: 8,000.
July 19 in Seattle
Seattle Sounders 3 Tottenham (England) 3
Att.: 55,349.
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July 21 in Sacramento, Calif.
Sacramento Republic FC 0 West Bromwich (England) 1.
Att.: 7,461.
July 21 in Victoria, B.C.
Victoria Highlanders 1 Rangers (Scotland) 2
Att.: 5,735.
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July 23 in Boston
Roma (Italy) 1 Liverpool (England) 0
Att.: 37,000.
July 23 in Ottawa, Ont.
Ottawa Fury 0 Rangers (Scotland) 1
Att.: 8,643.
July 23 in Columbus, Ohio
Columbus Crew 2 Crystal Palace (England) 2
Att.: 10,011.
July 23 in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas 0 Aston Villa (England) 2
July 23 in Kansas City, Kan.
Sporting KC 1 Man. City (England) 4
Att.: 18,484.
July 23 in Miami, Fla.
**Monaco (France) 4 Atletico Nacional (Colombia) 2
Att.: 15,102.
July 23 in Pasadena, Calif.
LA Galaxy 0 Man. United (England) 7
Att.: 86,432.
July 23 in Toronto
Toronto FC 2 Tottenham (England) 3.
Att.: 22,591.
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July 24 in Toronto
*Olympiakos (Greece) 3 AC Milan (Italy) 0
Att.: 10,603.
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July 25 in Chester, Pa.
Philadelphia Union 0 Crystal Palace (England) 1
Att.: 15,482.
July 25 in Sacramento, Calif.
Sacramento Republic FC 1 West Bromwich (England) 3
Att.: 8,000.
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July 26 in Berkeley, Calif.
*Real Madrid (Spain) 1 Inter Milan (Italy) 1.
(Inter Milan wins on penalty kicks.)
Att.: 62,583.
July 26 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago Fire 0 Tottenham (England) 2.
Att.: 17,156.
July 26 in Denver
*Man. United (England) 3 Roma (Italy) 2.
Att.: 54,117.
July 26 in Harrison, N.J.
New York Red Bulls 1 Arsenal (England) 0.
Att.: 25,219.
July 26 in Houston
Houston Dynamo 0 Aston Villa (England) 1.
Att.: 20,514.
July 26 in Jacksonville, Fla.
D.C. United 0 Fulham (England) 3.
Att.: 52,961
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July 27 in Chicago
*Liverpool (England) 1 Olympiakos (Greece) 0.
Att.: 36,170.
July 27 in Pittsburgh
*Manchester City (England) 5 AC Milan (Italy) 1.
Att.: 34,347.
July 27 in San Francisco

**San Jose Earthquakes 0 Atletico Madrid (Spain) 0.
Att.: 15,556.
(Atletico Madrid wins penalty kicks.)
July 28 in Richmond, Va.
Richmond Kickers 0 Crystal Palace (England) 3
Att.: 7,851.
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July 29 in Landover, Md.
*Man. United (England) 0 Inter Milan (Italy) 0.
(Man. United wins on penalty kicks.)
Att.: 61,238.
July 29 in Dallas
*Roma (Italy) 1 Real Madrid (Spain) 0.
Att.: 57,512.
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July 30 in Bronx, N.Y.
*Liverpool (England) 2 Man. City (England) 2
(Liverpool wins on penalty kicks.)
Att.: 49,653.
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July 31 in Harrison, N.J.
Bayern Munich (Germany) 1 Guadalajara (Mexico) 0.
Att.: 25,023.
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August 2 in Ann Arbor, Mich.
*Man. United (England) 3 Real Madrid (Spain) 1
Att.: 109,318.
August 2 in Philadelphia
*Inter Milan (Italy) 2 Roma (Italy) 0
Att.: 12,169.
August 2 in Minneapolis, Minn.
*Olympiacos (Greece) 2 M­an. City (England) 2
(Olympiacos wins 5-4 on penalty kicks.)
Att.: 34,047.
August 2 in Charlotte, N.C.
*Liverpool (England) vs. AC Milan (Italy)
Att.: 69,364.


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