International Champions Cup: Real Madrid go down 4-1 to Manchester City

Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne in movement with Real Madrid’s Raphael Varane. (Source: Reuters)

In a deficiency of captain Sergio Ramos and star striker Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid went down 4-1 to Manchester City in their International Champions Cup strife in Los Angeles.

Madrid’s pre-season has had a harmful start as they began a debate with a better to Manchester United. Even yet Gareth Bale and Isco constructed a series of chances, a Spanish champions unsuccessful to modify them, losing drastically as City screw Ederson shined.

Despite a overdose of defenders, it was City’s aggressive play that gave them to an easy win as Belgian Kevin de Bruyne set adult 3 goals with Spanish teen Diaz scoringh a glorious strike. Oscar Rodriguez scored a sole idea for Los Blancos as a Champions League winners need to simulate on their performances in a final dual games.

After a match, City manager Pep Guardiola said, “Today we saw how good he can play. He is a competitor. Him and Kyle helped organize a behind four. They communicated with any other. We are really gratified about that side.”

Praising De Bruyne after his shining performance, a Spanish manager said, “It is not easy to find a actor like him anywhere in a world,” pronounced Guardiola of De Bruyne. “Hopefully he can be fast in his mood. When his mood is positive, he can do whatever he wants.”

“If we play with this intensity, we can contest with everyone. That is a dream,” he added.

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