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Lucas Vázquez
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Vinícius Júnior
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Dani Ceballos
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For Juventus, that concludes their ICC campaign – but Real Madrid have one more fixture left to complete, against Roma at MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford. Until then, thank you for joining us – and have a good weekend!
A second-half double from Marco Asensio, inspired by Vinicius Jr and a youthful contingent of stars in the making was enough to hand Real Madrid their first International Champions Cup clash win of 2018 – and to inflict upon Juventus a first defeat of pre-season. Dani Carvajal handed the Serie A champions the lead through an own goal before Gareth Bale levelled the scores – and after the break, Los Blancos never looked back. Full-time at FedEx Field, it finishes Real Madrid 3-1 Juventus.
90' + 2' Another late free-kick for Juventus can't find its way past Lunin and that may be it for any chance of a late comeback.
90' There will be four added minutes in Landover.
89' Proceedings are delayed again as another crowd invader makes their way onto the pitch.
87' Real have switched off slightly but Juve are still unable to find a late score to tee up a thrilling finale.
85' The set-piece comes to nothing in the end and Real preserve their lead.
83' There is a prolonged stoppage as Juve wait to take the free-kick after a pitch invader delays proceedings.
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81' Reguilon picks up a booking now for a soft foul and Juve have a free-kick.
José León
Javier Sánchez
78' A moment later, Jose Leon Bernal replaces Sanchez for Real too.
M. Ødegaard
77' Martin Odegaard is the latest player to arrive for Real as the teams resume play.
76' Real Madrid have managed also twice as many shots in this game, with 11 to Juve's 6.
74' It feels like a long time since Juve had any joy in this game and that does not look likely to change any time soon. Both sides break for water after Real almost undo their opposition again with a speedy attack down the right.
A. Barzagli
G. Chiellini
72' Chiellini also makes way for Andrea Barzagli.
L. Fernandes
M. Pjanić
71' Leandro Fernandes arrives for Juve, replacing Pjanic.
70' Chiellini strolls onto a low free-kick for Juve but can't turn his tight effort goalward under pressure from Lunin, skewing wide to the left.
68' Nacho and Sanchez accidentally clash going for the same ball and the former needs some treatment.
66' Lunin is pressed straight into action for Real as Cancelo, on a rare Juve counter, clips a powerful shot towards him, forcing a diving block.
Borja Mayoral
Dani Ceballos
64' ... while up front, Ceballos makes way for Borja Mayoral.
A. Lunin
K. Navas
64' Real also change their keeper in response with Navas replaced by Andriy Lunin...
D. Rugani
M. Benatia
63' ... as is Benatia, who cedes his place to Daniele Rugani.
Matheus Pereira
A. Favilli
63' Favilli is also replaced for the Serie A side by Matheus Pereira...
M. Perin
W. Szczęsny
63' Szczesny has played his part for Juve; he now makes way for fellow goalkeeper Mattia Perin.
62' Real have managed 474 passes to Juve's 271. It certainly feels like the latter are running out of ideas now though.
60' It's four against one as Real swam the Juve box but Vinicius - the man to whom the ball falls - loses his bearings and puts a belated effort out above the top-right corner with a loose volley.
58' Pjanic looks to recover something for Juve but a speculative free-kick is headed away and Real tear downfield again.
Lucas Vázquez
56' Vazquez was the man to supply the assist there but another Vinicius interception in midfield helped kick-start that move for Real. The latter has been dynamite since his introduction.
56' TWO FOR ASENSIO! It's a quick shot from the Madrid man, almost slid into following a square ball in off the right to the edge of the box - but Szczesny fumbles the ball and lets it trickle into his own net. 3-1 to Real inside the hour.
53' ...and it will be Vazquez who puts it straight into the wall, seeing his effort rebound away to midfield.
52' Real win themselves another dangerous free-kick 20 yards out on the left. Vazquez to take...
50' Juventus are yet to register a shot of their own on target in this entire encounter.
49' Juve look shell-shocked and no wonder; Real, despite their raft of changes, have charged out of the gates for this second half. Vinicius Jr nearly slits them open again on the left but he can't find the pass inside to truly cause chaos around the opposition back-line.
Vinícius Júnior
47' Fagioli looked to lose a lazy pass in midfield and Real punished the mistake through Vinicius Jr, who brought a lovely ball down the left wing before the final pass.
47' REAL HIT THE FRONT! 2-1! It's a glorious team goal, finished by Marco Asensio who is picked out by a Vinicius Jr pass squared from the left 10 yards out, whereupon he duly drives it into the back of the net. Juventus trail within 120 seconds of the restart.
N. Fagioli
S. Khedira
46' As for Juventus, they make one swap; Khedira is off and Nicolo Fagioli is on.
Vinícius Júnior
K. Benzema
46' ...and Vinícius Jr replaces Benzema.
46' ...Alvaro Odriozola replaces Carvajal...
Lucas Vázquez
G. Bale
46' ...Lucas Vazquez gets the nod ahead of Bale...
46' ...Isco makes way for Marco Asensio...
Marcos Llorente
T. Kroos
46' ... Real Madrid bring on Marcos Llorente for Kroos...
46' We're back underway at FedEx Field in the second half and there are changes afoot...
Given the heat, and with the season proper approaching, both sides may choose to rest their stars for the second half; will we see widespread changes from either team?
It's level at the FedEx Field after Dani Carvajal's unfortunate own goal was cancelled out by team-mate Gareth Bale's screamer of a shot - and both sides will fancy their chances to go on and win in Maryland. At half-time, it's Real Madrid 1-1 Juventus.
45' + 1' Marchisio concedes a free-kick 25 yards out on the right from his own goal and Bale looks to add a second with a looping effort that takes a deflection straight to the keeper's arms.
45' Two added minutes on their way in this first half.
43' Sanchez can't guide his header from the corner anywhere but wide and Juve have the goal-kick.
42' Close from Reguilon! The young left-back finishes off a beautiful counter with a great strike that is just tipped around the right post by the keeper.
Dani Ceballos
39' Ceballos laid on a lovely pass there that picked out Bale in between a trio of Juve defenders - and the Serie A side have been breached after a sustained spell of pressure on their line by their La Liga opponents.
G. Bale
39' WHAT A BEAUTY FROM BALE! 1-1! The Welshman gives Real a lifeline and draws them level with a wonderful shot that he cleaves from the edge of the Juve box into the top-right corner following a deft first touch. Sensational stuff. All square with just over five left in the first half.
38' Since the drinks break, traffic has seen an uptick towards the Juve half, with Real pressing hard for an equaliser to no avail.
36' Isco rolls down the left wing in search of a cross that comes too late from Valverde; it floats behind the former and out for a throw in line with the Juve box.
Alex Sandro
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33' Sandro gets the second booking of the match after he wrestles Ceballos off the ball with a shirt-pull.
32' Juve win themselves a corner which Pjanic turns into the centre of the box. Navas clears with a punch and then recaptures the ball after a second effort is swept in towards him.
30' Play resumes and Isco makes space for himself out on the left wing - only to pull a shot wide at the near-post after he cuts back inside, as opposed to squaring a pass to one of his team-mates.
28' Both sides pause now for a drinks break, to take on water.
25' Bale blows a plum chance from 15 yards out and hangs his head in frustration, with only the keeper left to beat as he skies it over.
23' Benzema stops a ball for Ceballos to run onto at the edge of the Juve penalty area but the attacking midfielder misses his cue and Sandro nips in to clear.
22' Favilli tears after a long ball blasted down the opposite end of the field, looking to create a swift counter-attack; he is duluy flagged for offside however and Real get the free-kick.
21' Sustained pressure around the edge of the Juve box eventually drops back as Benzema is unable to find the pass through to Bale.
19' Carvajal, looking to redeem himself, glides down the right wing and, with help with Isco, is able to help Real make a foothold deep in the opposition half.
16' Bale and Benzeme go hunting a careless back-pass into the Juve box; Szczesny sweeps it up and puts it away to safety.
14' It's going to be a real test for Real now; Juve have looked fantastic in pre-season and are unlikely to blow a one-goal lead in this mood. What can they produce?
Own Goal
12' Juve lead through an own goal! 1-0! It’s Dani Carvajal who is the unlucky man to put his name on the scoresheet as he tries to slide across Cancelo’s cross from the left wing, only to turn it into his own net at the near-post past Navas. Disaster for Real; they trail inside the first quarter-hour in Maryland.
10' After a start that saw Juve press the wider of the two, Real are starting to find their footing, with Benzema bursting down the left after a throughball from Isco that is herded out by Cancelo for a goal-kick.
7' Kroos puts a prospective cross in a moment later for Bale from distance; the Welshman can only tickle the edge of it before it runs away from him though to Szczesny.
M. Benatia
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6' Benatia makes a mess of a pass, loses it and then lunges at Isco to recover. The referee wastes no time in showing a yellow to the Juve man.
5' Khedira clips a wide cross from the right towards the edge of the Real box, probing for a runner; he only finds the turf though and Real turn it back towards midfield.
2' Sandro nearly catches a long ball lofted over the heads of the Real defence but Navas reads it well and darts off his line to sweep up before it can cause him trouble.
1' We are underway in this 2018 International Champions Cup tie!
The teams are out at FedEx Stadium.
JUVENTUS (4-1-4-1): Wojciech Szczesny; Joao Cancelo, Medhi Benatia, Giorgio Chiellini, Mattia De Sciglio; Miralem Pjanic; Federico Bernardeschi, Sami Khedira, Claudio Marchisio, Alex Sandro; Andrea Favilli
REAL MADRID (4-2-3-1): Keylor Navas; Dani Carvajal, Nacho, Javier Sanchez, Sergio Reguilon; Toni Kroos, Federico Valverde; Gareth Bale, Isco, Dani Ceballos; Karim Benzema
Here’s how the two sides line up in Maryland…
As for Real, under new coach Julen Lopetegui, they will be looking to get their stateside tour back on track following an opening defeat against Manchester United – and in team news, Gareth Bale will start for Los Blancos with speculation over his future having calmed down in recent weeks.
The Champions League holders and Serie A winners face off in one of the most hotly-anticipated clashes of pre-season but the man that has dominated headlines with his transfer from the former to the latter will not play at the home of the Washington Redskins; Cristiano Ronaldo will not face his old club for his new as Juve look to cap off their ICC campaign with a win.
Hello and welcome to live coverage of the 2018 International Champions Cup as Real Madrid square off against Juventus at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland.