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Real Madrid defeated Chelsea 3-1 to claim the Guinness International Champions Cup. Cristiano Ronaldo led the way with two goals.
No Hard Feelings
After facing his former club for the first time since leaving, Jose Mourinho had nothing but positive words about the Spanish side and Cristiano Ronaldo.
With eight of the top teams from Europe and the U.S. going head-to-head on American soil, coaches, players and fans viewed the ICC a major success.
Milan Takes Third
First-half strikes from Mario Balotelli and M'Baye Niang gave Milan a 2-0 victory over Los Angeles and third place in the Guinness International Champions Cup.
Michel's strike was the difference as Valencia defeated Everton 1-0 to claim fifth place in the Guinness International Champions Cup.
In the ninth round of penalties in the ICC seventh-place game, Inter keeper Juan Pablo Carrizo made a save and scored to defeat Juventus.
Teams including Real Madrid, Manchester United and Manchester City will head to the United States for preseason preparations.
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