European Super Cup Results: Defeat Man United, Real Madrid Champion

European Super Cup Results: Defeat Man United, Real Madrid Champion

Real Madrid became European Super Cup champion 2017 after a 2-1 win over Manchester United at Philip II Arena Stadium in Macedonia on Tuesday (08/08/2017) or Wednesday morning GMT Agen Sbobet Terpercaya.

Two Real Madrid winning goals scored by Casemiro (24 ‘) and Isco (52’). Goal scored Manchester United booked Romelu Lukaku (62 ‘).

Based on UEFA records, Real Madrid did appear to dominate by leading the ball to 59 percent.

In terms of chances, Los Blancos have 16, while Manchester United have 13 chances.

Casemiro completely broke the deadlock of Zinedine Zidane’s troops. Receiving a gastric pass from Daniel Carvajal, Casemiro greeted the ball in the penalty box by unleashing a measured left-footed kick.

Real Madrid added the advantage to 2-0 in the 52nd minute through Isco. Doing a one-two action with Bale, Isco easily outwits De Gea from close range.

Stung with the onslaught of the Champions League defending champions, Jose Mourinho’s foster children try to get out of the pressure.

The result, Man United was able menceploskan goal in the 62nd minute.

Utilizing a wild ball from a Nemanja Matic kick from outside the 12-fitting box, Romelu Lukaku calmly copied the skin round.

Man United almost equalized in the 81st minute, but close range shot Marcus Rashford can still be countered Real Madrid goalkeeper, Keylor Navas.

Despite alternating efforts to create goals, Real Madrid and Manchester United could not add a goal.

Score 2-1 for Los Blancos survive until the long whistle sounded.

Real Madrid successfully hold the fourth European Super Cup trophy after success in 2002, 2014 and 2016.

Real Madrid 2-1 Manchester United (Casemiro 24 ‘, Isco 52’; Romelu Lukaku 62 ‘)

Real Madrid (4-3-3): 1-Keylor Navas; 12-Marcelo, 4-Sergio Ramos, 5-Raphael Varane, 2-Daniel Carvajal; 8-Toni Kroos, 14-Casemiro, 10-Luka Modric; 22-Isco (17-Lucas Vazquez 74 ‘), 9-Karim Benzema (7-Cristiano Ronaldo 83’), 11-Gareth Bale (20-Marco Asensio 74 ‘)
Coach: Zinedine Zidane

Manchester United (4-3-3): 1-David de Gea; 25-Antonio Valencia, 2-Victor Lindelof, 12-Chris Smalling, 36-Matteo Darmian; 21-Ander Herrera (27-Marouane Fellaini 56 ‘), 31-Nemanja Matic, 6-Paul Pogba; 22-Henrikh Mkhitaryan, 9-Romelu Lukaku, 14-Jesse Lingard (19-Marcus Rashford 46 ‘)
Coach: Jose Mourinho

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