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168dDermot Corrigan

ICC chief planning another U.S. Clasico

International Champions Cup chief Charlie Stillitano says there could be another U.S. meeting between Madrid and Barcelona in "two or three years."

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173dPaul Murphy

Chelsea look vulnerable in Singapore ICC

The vulnerability of Chelsea, Thomas Muller's Bayern brace and a super own goal by Inter's Geoffrey Kondogbia stood out from the 2017 ICC Singapore.

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173dESPN staff

Juventus need penalties to defeat Roma

Juventus needed penalty kicks to beat Roma in Sunday's International Champions Cup match in Foxborough, Massachusetts after ending regulation 1-1.

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173dMark Ogden

City to tour China next summer - sources

Man City are planning to spend their next preseason campaign in China, despite manager Pep Guardiola's preference for the U.S., sources told ESPN FC.

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173dGabriele Marcotti

Marcotti: Neymar saga rumbles on

At the Clasico, there was a question hanging over Miami's Hard Rock stadium like an uninvited presence. Was this Neymar's final game for Barcelona?

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174dMark Ogden

Man City get physical vs. sluggish Spurs

Driven on by their animated manager, Man City had too much for a Tottenham side that must sharpen up before the season begins.