Thursday, 27 July 2017


Danilo made his Manchester City make a big appearance as Kevin De Bruyne drove his group to a resonating 4-1 prevail upon Real Madrid at the International Champions Cup.

Danilo, marked for a detailed £26.5million not long ago, began on the left against his previous club at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

It took until the second half for City and De Bruyne to wake up on Wednesday.

De Bruyne contributed to the initial three objectives – his corner inevitably prompting Nicolas Otamendi's opener before he set up Raheem Sterling and John Stones.

The win was fixed by adolescent substitute Brahim Diaz, who scored a staggering late Goal, which was coordinated by a screamer from Madrid's Oscar.

Spain youth worldwide Dani Ceballos made his presentation for Madrid, falling off the seat.

Madrid delighted in the better of the opening trades, Gareth Bale shooting high and wide before Isco drew a spare from Ederson.

That started Madrid without hesitation and Casemiro practically opened the scoring in the 28th moment, his header from an Isco cross hitting the post before Ederson spared from Karim Benzema. 

Luka Modric and Benzema practically consolidated for the opener, and the last debilitated again before half-time, just to be denied by Ederson. 

Dani Carvajal squandered an extraordinary shot for Madrid right on time in the second half after a cautious misunderstanding by City. 

Be that as it may, City would proceed in the 52nd moment by means of a set-piece. 

Stones met De Bruyne's corner and his header was parried by Kiko Casilla – who supplanted Navas at the break – enabling Otamendi to score into an open objective. 

After Ederson had covered at the feet of Casemiro, Sterling – who went ahead at half-time – flashed a shot over the substance of Goals 

Be that as it may, Sterling committed no error with his next possibility, setting a complete past Casilla at the goalkeeper's close post after again joining with De Bruyne. 

De Bruyne practically made it 3-0 in dazzling style, however Casilla palmed his 30-yard free-kick onto the post. 

The Belgium global would set up the third, his go from the privilege concealed pleasantly by Stones in the 67th moment. 

Madrid had their odds late on before City's Diaz, 17, hit with a fine 20-yard exertion into the best corner with eight minutes staying, just for Oscar to score with a tremendous strike from 35 yards

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