Daley Blind admitted that Manchester United and Real Madrid treated spectators in Santa Clara's Levi's Stadium to a bizarre penalty shootout. A game that began with Ronald McDonald involved in the pre-match handshakes finished with two of the world's biggest teams contriving to score just three penalties between them in ten attempts. United scored twice, including Blind's winner, to claim victory and the Dutchman told MUTV: "David [De Gea] made some good saves. it was a strange penalty shootout.
Manchester United will be looking to make it four wins out of four when they take on Real Madrid in a dress rehearsal for next month's UEFA Super Cup. Jose Mourinho has already confirmed that he will be starting a number of youngsters in the clash at Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara. The United boss said Timothy Fosu Mensah , Axel Tuanzebe , Matteo Darmian, and Demi Mitchell will all start as he rests some of the players who played 75 minutes against Manchester City.
Manchester United face Real Madrid in the fourth game of a packed pre-season schedule in the USA. Jose Mourinho's men head for Santa Clara for the International Champions Cup fixture against Zinedine Zidane's European Champions in Levi's Stadium. The manager has suggested he will resist the temptation to partner new signing Victor Lindelof with last season's best centre back, Eric Bailly.
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