Chelsea pound AC Milan 3-1

Chelsea pound AC Milan 3-1

Chelsea celebrates a goal by Oscar as Juraj Kucka of AC Milan looks on during the second half of the International Champions Cup match on August 3.
LOS ANGELES: Oscar scored a second half support as Chelsea traveled past AC Milan 3-1 in the last session of their globetrotting show visit, which took them to Australia, China, England, Scotland and the USA. 
The Brazilian star scored in the 70th and 87th minutes on Wednesday for Chelsea, who bounced back from an uneven presentation misfortune to Real Madrid in their last trip. 
Chelsea additionally got a first half objective from Bertrand Traore, who headed it in from the doorstep before a horde of more than 64,000 at the new US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 
It was the primary major wearing occasion held in the 73,000-seat office, which is the home of the National Football League’s Minnesota Vikings. 
Oscar initially put a punishment into the top corner after a Milan hand ball and afterward pounded a low crash into the base corner. 
French worldwide N’Golo Kante made his introduction for Chelsea, going ahead as a substitute in the second half. 
Giancomo Bonaventura scored the main objective for Milan with an impeccably put bending free kick in the 38th moment. 
In different Champions Cup play, Spanish monsters Real Madrid crushed Bayern Munich 1-0 in a challenge that checked Carlo Ancelotti’s get-together with his previous group. 
In any case, Ancelotti couldn’t get one over on Real Madrid as substitute Danilo scored in the 79th moment with a staggering individual play to give Real Madrid the triumph. 
Danilo pursued the flank then slice strongly to one side and split the Bayern safeguard before impacting a left-footed shot through the hands of goalkeeper Sven Ulreich. 
In spite of the fact that Bayern Munich controlled the greater part of the play in the principal half, they were not able profit by their scoring possibilities. 
Similar to the custom amid North American friendlies, both groups were without a few of their star players. 
Portuguese hotshot Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, Pepe and Toni Kroos chose to skirt the visit and Karim Benzema was discounted with a harmed hip. 
Bayern Munich needed Polish striker Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Muller and Douglas Costa. While the nonattendance of the stars upset numerous North American fans, it opened the entryway for youthful players like Julian Green. The 21-year-old let go a cap trap against Inter Milan a week ago. 
Genuine Madrid now get prepared for the UEFA Super Cup on August 9 against Sevilla.
Updated: August 4, 2016 — 10:22 am

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