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MATCH REPORT- UEFA SUPER CUP – REAL MADARID 2 – 1 MANCHESTER UNITED

Ghanamansports.com brings you live update on the UEFA Super Cup match between Real Madrid and Manchester United.

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90+ 7 Min Its closure as referee blows for the end of the game. Madrid defends their UEFA Super Cup trohpy

90+6 Min – Ronaldo blasts the free kick over the bar

90+5 Min – Free kick for Madrid at the edge of the box against Manchester as Valencia deals with Ronaldo with one on one situation

90 +3 Min – Rashford is awarded a yellow for bringing down Lucas Vazques

90th Min- Its full time but the referee has asked for 7mins additional time to be played

88th Min – Foulf for Madrid as Ronaldo is brought down by Lindolf

85th Min – Sergio Ramos is given a yellow card for a foul on Pogba

82nd Min – Cristiano Ronaldo comes in as Benzema is taken off

81th Min – Madrid with a counter attack but its foiled by Smalling for a corner

80th Min – Rashford has a chance to put Man Utd on level pegging but its saved by Navas for Madrid

75th Min – Fellani is down injured with doctors attending to him

70th Min – Madrid about to make a change as Asensio and Vazquez wait on the touchline

68th Min – Manchester are now piling pressure on Madrid for an equalizer

61st Min GOALLL !!! – its Lukaku for Manchester United as he taps home from a Matic rebound. 

Madrid 2-1 Manchester United

65th Min – Fellani replaces Herrera for Manchester United

60th Min – bale shots a thunder bolt that hits the bar, it is still 2-0

58th Min – Modric takes a low carpet shot that is save by De Gea for Man Utd

53rd Min Pogba heads a ball which falls for Lukaku to tap home but chooses to blast over the bar.

52nd Min GOALLL !! – Isco scores with a through pass from Bale

46th- Rashford replaces Lindegaard

We are back as the second half resumes with Madrid continuing from where we left off.

47th Min – Referee whistles for the end of the first half with the Spanish champions still in control with a goal.

Madrid 1- 0 Manchester United 

40th Min – a good cross from Valencia but none of Manchester attackers are within range to connect, it coolly headed away by Varane

35th – Manchester tries to start some pressure for equalizer but cannot find enough spaces

30th Min – Break for water as the temperature demands that

29th Min – Bale scores but is dis allowed as Benzema was caught off

offside before passing to the Welsh

23rd Min GOALLLL !!! – Casimero puts Madrid ahead with a connection from Cavani

Madrid 1- 0 Manchester United

20th Min – Real are now in control of the game with Marcelo and Cavani attacking from the flanks

15th Min- Madrid hits the post from a corner

10th Min- Manchester United have taken over with dominance in midfield

5th Min – Madrid attack first but Manchester defenders deal with it.

1st min – Madrid goal keeper, Navas fables with his first touch.

 

 

Ronaldo captured on the bench with Kovasic

 

Real won the UEFA Champions League by beating Juventus 4-1 whereas Manchester United also won the Europa League when they beat Ajax 2-0 in the final.

The Peña Madridista de FYR Macedonia (Real Madrid Supporters Club in FYR Macedonia) are in full voice down at the end their side are warming up at. Millennium Cross atop of Vodno Mountain is lit up in the background above the stadium, which is picture perfect on this glorious summer’s eve.

United lost both UEFA Super Cup matches when they qualified as European champions; their sole victory came in 1991, as winners of Europe’s ‘second’ competition.

Real Madrid will try to repeat a title that won last season (3-2 against Sevilla) and Manchester United, meanwhile, will try to win a Super Cup that resists since 1991 … United, therefore, almost forced To win to claim his greatness

Real Madrid star man Cristiano Ronaldo starts from the bench as line ups are confirmed.

Line-ups
 Real Madrid
  • 1Keylor Navas (GK)
  • 2Dani Carvajal
  • 4Sergio Ramos (C)
  • 5Raphaël Varane
  • 8Toni Kroos
  • 9Karim Benzema
  • 10Luka Modrić
  • 11Gareth Bale
  • 12Marcelo
  • 14Casemiro
  • 22Isco

Manchester United

  • 1David de Gea (GK)
  • 2Victor Lindelöf
  • 6Paul Pogba
  • 9Romelu Lukaku
  • 12Chris Smalling
  • 14Jesse Lingard
  • 21Ander Herrera
  • 22Henrikh Mkhitaryan
  • 25Antonio Valencia (C)
  • 31Nemanja Matić
  • 36Matteo Darmian

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