Right - good night then!
- Lingard taps in from Martial cross
- Casemiro scores penalty after wild Lindelof foul
- Man Utd win shootout 2-1
- Sides meet on 8 August in Super Cup
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho: "It was a good training session. A very good first half against a top Real side. In the second half we lost motivation, intensity and appetite to play against their youngsters. The players in the second half were disappointed not to play against their best players.
"We have one injury to Ander Herrera, I don't know how he is but it has to be painful to come off so soon.
"Three out of 10 penalties - that's pre-season. i didn't choose my best penalty takers."
Real Madrid manager Zinedine ZIdane: "I am very happy, overall it was a complete performance especially from the young players.
"We ended up with no injuries and that's the main thing for our first match.
"We competed well against a team with four or five games under their belts. We want to find our form fast."
Still waiting for a bit of reaction from Jose Mourinho...
Ander Herrera only lasted six minutes after coming on at half time before going off with an injury. We shall have to see how he is.
RegularJon: For the two biggest clubs in football, that was a truly shocking penalty shootout
Jibin George: I'd have seen a better penalty shootout if my Gran was playing against my four-year old niece. Great keeping though.
Manchester United face Barcelona on Wednesday in Maryland - home of the Washington Redskins - while Real Madrid play Manchester City on the same day in LA.
A 30% conversion rate. A rubbish exhibition of penalty taking but some good saves from both goalkeepers to be fair.
Manchester United take the bonus point for a 'win'.
Casemiro nailed one in the second half, Can he score again?
He smashes one against the bar!
Daley Blind should at least hit the target. Surely.
Straight down the middle.
Theo Hernandez for Real - wide!
This is a dreadful shootout.
Victor Lindelof for United - he's had a shocking 45 minutes! That was dire. Passed it down the middle.
Luis Miguel up for Real - De Gea gets a hand on it but it squeezes home.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan next up. Rolls it in.
Oscar next for Real Madrid - saved again!
We could be here all night...
Scott McTominay steps up for Manchester United - saved as well!
Mateo Kovacic - saved!
Anthony Martial goes first - over!
I've reset the scores for penalties. All set?
Jose Mourinho is back down in the tunnel shaking hands with Gareth Bale. Maybe he's making an early cut.
Jose Mourinho shakes hands with the officials as the crowd get excited about the idea of a penalty shootout.
A non event of a second half apart from the one sitter missed by Fellaini and the penalty for Real.
We go to a shootout!
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Marouane Fellaini is a Marmite kind of a player.
Jose Mourinho clearly likes him. He wouldn't have started the Europa League final otherwise.
Others cannot see a player in the Belgian at all.
Moments like that don't do Fellaini any favours. He could have controlled, he could have finished first-time. In the end he did nothing.
The ball bounced off him and went wide.
This game is going to penalties as it stands.
A huge cheer goes up as the announcer tells the crowd that we will have penalties if it stays like this. You'll never get a draw in the US.
What a chance! Scott McTominay whips in a brilliant cross from the right, Marouane Fellaini is unmarked in the middle, a few yards out, but he leans back and slams a volley high and wide.
Got to score those. And he knows it. Hands on head moment.
Julia Roberts having a ball in the expensive seats as the sun bakes down. Paul Pogba whips a shot in from the angle but it's charged down.
Penalties? Looks that way.
There's another water break and a change of shirts for a few players as Antonio Valencia comes on.
A good crowd of 65,109 in.
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Jose Mourinho, as he keeps reminding us, has only signed two players so far this summer.
The most expensive, Romelu Lukaku, has been excellent in pre-season.
The other, defender Victor Lindelof, much less so.
The Swede, a £31m signing from Benfica, has looked hesitant at times. His challenge on Theo Hernandez just then was rash in the extreme.
Luis takes a quick free-kick for Real and it's a good one, tight angle and over the wall, David de Gea has to fly over and make the stop.
If it ends 1-1 after 90 minutes by the way, we have a penalty shootout. Brilliant news for us all at almost midnight on a Sunday.
It's only a friendly but that was very, very poor defending from Manchester United's big money summer signing. Caught square, he charged over to meet Theo Hernandez, was late, and just smashed the Real man across the shins.
Wooosh! You don't save those! Straight into the roof of the net.
What are you doing?!
Victor Lindelof makes a rash, rash, rash tackle and that's a penalty...
The La Liga season doesn't start until 20 August so Real have got a month to get fine tuned. This game is back down to a very slow pace now.
Great ball in from Daley Blind, a dream delivery from a full-back but Romelu Lukaku can't meet it. It's cleared and from the corner Marouane Fellaini heads it over.
Jose Mourinho was not happy with the referee after that injury to Ander Herrera but it was not a bad tackle, just a clash. That's not a great challenge by youngster Scott McTominay though and a free-kick in a good spot for Real.
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That did not look good for Ander Herrera.
The Spain midfielder headed straight down the tunnel after he was substituted, clearly in some pain from a blow to the left hip he took in what seemed to be an innocuous challenge.
United play Real in the European Super Cup in just over a fortnight.
It is three weeks to their Premier League opener against West Ham. Jose Mourinho will want Herrera for those games.
Zinedine Zidane was a former Real youth team coach of course and he has given plenty of young players a chance here in this second half. Madrid bossing the play so far. Romelu Lukaku has barely had a touch.
Note to self: Increase usage of 'much-ballyhooed' this season.
This is from the preview on the International Champions Cup site...
Indeed, Ander Herrera is not able to continue. It was a knee into the side which did for him. Accidental but painful.
On comes Scott McTominay.
I think those teams are all correct.
Romelu Lukaku up front on his own, Paul Pogba looking to get close to him when he can. Ander Herrera took a whack to his ribs in a challenge and looks in a bit of trouble already.