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Juventus, Tottenham to play in International Champions Cup Australia

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A total of 221,000 fans attended the International Champions Cup in Melbourne in July.

Juventus and Tottenham Hotspur will both participate in the Australian leg of the International Champions Cup, organisers confirmed on Sunday.

The Italian champions and Spurs will head Down Under in July to join A-League champions Melbourne Victory in the preseason competition.

In July 2015, a total of 221,000 fans at the flocked to three games at the Melbourne Cricket Ground to watch Real Madrid, Manchester City and AS Roma.

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Fiorentina beat Chelsea in final ICC match after Gonzalo Rodriguez winner

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Fiorentina beat Chelsea 1-0 in the final match of the International Champions Cup competition after a goal from Gonzalo Rodriguez.

With the start of the Premier League season this weekend, Chelsea fielded an XI filled mostly with substitute players.

John Terry was the only certain regular to feature from the opening whistle for Jose Mourinho, while Kurt Zouma and Oscar also started. Ruben Loftus-Cheek was handed the start in midfield, while Monaco loanee Radamel Falcao began the match up front.

Rodriguez's...

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Federico Bernardeschi nets early brace as Fiorentina hold off Barcelona

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Federico Bernardeschi scored twice early in the first half to help Fiorentina defeat Barcelona 2-1 in the International Champions Cup on Sunday.

Bernardeschi opened the scoring with a header after just four minutes and then doubled the hosts' advantage in the 12th minute.

Barcelona responded five minutes later as Luis Suarez got on the end of a volleyed Ivan Rakitic pass to poke home.

But despite controlling 70 percent of possession there would be no equaliser for Barcelona, who again played without...

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Kiko Casilla scores winner as Real Madrid beat AC Milan on penalties

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Real Madrid won the Chinese edition of the International Champions Cup on Thursday by beating AC Milan 10-9 on penalties following a 0-0 draw in Shanghai.

Madrid goalkeeper Kiko Casilla converted with a right-footed shot to the top left corner and then saved opposing keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma's attempt.

Milan's Carlos Bacca missed wide earlier in the shootout, giving Toni Kroos had a chance to win it in the fifth round, but Donnarumma stopped his shot.

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Paris Saint-Germain defeat Manchester United in ICC finale

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Manchester United's defensive vulnerabilities were highlighted with ease by Paris Saint-Germain, who blew Louis van Gaal's team away in the Windy City.

Blaise Matuidi and Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored at the Soldier Field in Chicago to steal United's International Champions Cup crown in the final game of the club's tour of the United States.

The 2-0 victory for the French champions was made a lot easier by some woeful defending by United.

Phil Jones allowed PSG to counter for...