◼️ In friendly celebrated in the United States, the Red Devils were imposed from the eleven steps to the Rossoneri squad.
Manchester United and Milan met in the International Champions Cup, a friendly tournament on American soil that serves as preparation for these European teams that drew 1-1 in regular time. Therefore, the resolution of the meeting went to penalties, where the Red Devils won by 9-8.
The highlight of the round is that between both sets added the launch of 26 penalties. The Swiss-Portuguese goalkeeper, Joel Pereira became the hero that allowed the Red Devils to take the victory, by stopping three penalties.
The penalty kicks lasted 13 rounds and the 11 players of each team made at least one shot, including the two goalkeepers, who scored their respective shots.
Interestingly, the penalty shootout was a repetition of what was experienced in the series that also starred these teams in New York in 2004, that time Milan was victorious by 9-8.