Real Madrid vs AC Milan 3-1 – All Goals & Extended Highlights – Friendly 11/08/2018 HD (Video)


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Real Madrid vs AC Milan 3-1 – All Goals & Extended Highlights – Friendly 11/08/2018 HD
Goals: Karim Benzema 2′, Gonzalo Higuain 4′, Gareth bale 45+1′, Mayoral Borja 90+1′.

Goals from Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and Borja Mayoral gave Real Madrid a confident win in Saturday’s friendly meeting with AC Milan.
Gonzalo Higuain’s first AC Milan goal proved inconsequential as Real Madrid warmed up for the UEFA Super Cup with an entertaining 3-1 friendly win.

Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale netted either side of Higuain’s classy curling finish before substitute Borja Mayoral capped off the hosts’ third successive pre-season victory in stoppage time.

Mayoral’s goal came courtesy of a rebound from Luka Modric’s intial effort, the Inter transfer target having returned via the bench for his first 15 minutes of action since the World Cup.

However, Thibaut Courtois – a reported €39million signing from Chelsea in midweek – could miss Wednesday’s clash with city rivals Atletico Madrid after sitting out on Saturday, which enabled Keylor Navas to keep his place in goal.

Played as a 60th-anniversary tribute to the European Cup final the two clubs contested in 1958, the match began at a pace befitting that five-goal thriller.

Benzema continued his impressive pre-season by nodding home Dani Carvajal’s teasing cross for a second-minute opener.

The lead lasted barely two minutes, though, as former Madrid man Higuain picked out the bottom right corner from 20 yards moments after Navas had denied Fabio Borini.

An end-to-end contest ensued from there with Gianluigi Donnarumma saving from both Bale and Marco Asensio, before a fast-retreating Carvajal cleared a goal-bound Franck Kessie finish off the line.

And there was further drama to come in the first minute of first-half stoppage time, Bale rifling in what proved the winner when a corner dropped kindly in the box.

Gennaro Gattuso gave Mattia Caldara his Rossoneri debut after the interval but there was to be no second equaliser for the Serie A side, who instead shipped a third late on as Mayoral pounced on a loose ball, Donnarumma having saved impressively in a one-on-one with Modric.

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  1. Fanboys saying madrid is better without CR7, before CR7 came: Madrid didn't play semifinals since 2002 till 2011. Last time they won was vs Bayern Lev. and then… Completely gone in the UCL. They were talking for a decade about "la decima". When CR7 came ( im no fan of him), they achieved to win 4 UCL in 5 years and 3 in a row. The guy is a beast. Even if in some games he dont provides; he scores 50goals a season or more and he is a disturbing factor for defenders. Stats never lies. Too much fanboys on earth. I've been watching the game almost 3 decades and for me, He is at least on of the greatest ever. I only put Messi above him, not even Pele or Maradona (football was different then). Both had maybe more talent, but the final output and career of CR7 is far far better. Lets see how Madrid will produce without Ronaldo :).

  2. Madrid looks great but it's still too early to tell. Ronaldo will be missed. I don't understand all the hate in the comments, both Ronaldo and Madrid ended it on good terms and he'll always be a Madrid legend regardless of what anyone thinks – what he did for the club was legendary and what the club offered him also made him arguably the best player in the world. I wish Ronaldo all the best in Juve and I will always want the best for my team.