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Live Reporting

By Mantej Mann and Emma Sanders

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    That's all from us today. There are plenty of stories on the site worth having a look at though.

    Jonjo Shelvey spoke about Steve Bruce's influence following Newcastle's win over West Ham earlier and Manchester United rejected a bid from Inter Milan for Romelu Lukaku.

    Reports on these matches will also be available on the website shortly.

  2. 'Young boys were outstanding'

    FT: Wolves 0-0 Man City (3-2 penalties)

    Wolves captain Conor Coady, speaking to Sky Sports: "My penalty was rubbish but the boys have saved us. We dug in against a fantastic team. The lads have done brilliantly well.

    "There were two fantastic keepers, world class keepers. That [the missed penalties] is what happens in tough situations.

    "To beat City at any point is a great accomplishment for us. We rode our luck at times but I thought the young boys were outstanding."

  3. Good win for Man Utd

    Man Utd 1-0 Inter Milan

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport in Singapore

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be happy with this performance.

    Axel Tuanzebe and Aaron Wan-Bissaka both did well in defence, Paul Pogba was good and Manchester United's attack looked incisive.

    No doubt who all the post-match debate will be about.

    Seventeen-year-old Mason Greenwood has had a good couple of days.

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    FT: Wolves 0-0 Man City (3-2 penalties)

    A really good victory for Wolves. They have an important Europa League qualifier against Crusaders next Thursday so that will give them a boost.

    As Conor Coady has just said to Sky Sports, "any win over Manchester City is good". Right on.

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    FT: Wolves 0-0 Man City (3-2 penalties)

    Absolutely bonkers penalty shootout. Five missed penalties. FIVE! And some of the players who missed you'd usually put your money on...

    Conor Coady - missed

    Ilkay Gundogan- missed

    Ryan Bennett - scored

    David Silva - missed

    Max Kilman - missed

    Danilo - scored

    Taylor Perry - scored

    Aleix Garcia - scored

    Ruben Vinagre - scored

    Lukas Nmecha - missed

  7. BreakingFULL-TIME

    Wolves 0-0 Man City (3-2 penalties)

    Wolves are the Premier League Asia Trophy winners!

    They win the penalty shootout 3-2.

  8. MISSED PENALTY - Lukas Nmecha

    Wolves 3-2 Man City

    Rui Patricio makes the save! It's hit straight down the middle.

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    Lukas Nmecha has to score this...

  10. SCORES - Ruben Vinagre

    Wolves 3-2 Man City

    Ruben Vinagre piles the pressure onto Man City. He slots in into the corner and now City must score.

  11. SCORES - Aleix Garcia

    Wolves 2-2 Man City

    Calm from Man City's Aleix Garcia. He tucks it into the bottom right corner.

    It's 2-2 with one penalty left each.

  12. SCORES - Taylor Perry

    Wolves 2-1 Man City

    Taylor Perry slips but the ball still flies into the net down the middle.

    Wolves edge back in front in the shootout.

  13. SCORES - Danilo

    Wolves 1-1 Man City

    Just! Danilo doesn't catch this right but it squirms in.

    We're all square after three penalties each.

  14. MISSED PENALTY - Max Kilman

    Wolves 1-0 Man City

    What's going on?! Another penalty is missed!

    Five taken. Only one scored.

  15. MISSED PENALTY - David Silva

    Wolves 1-0 Man City

    Well, well!

    Man City have missed both of their penalties. This is not a great penalty from David Silva and it's saved.

  16. SCORES - Ryan Bennett

    Wolves 1-0 Man City

    Ryan Bennett sends Claudio Bravo the wrong way.

  17. MISSED PENALTY - Ilkay Gundogan

    Wolves 0-0 Man City

    Almost a repeat of Coady's penalty! Ilkay Gundogan shoots to his left but Rui Patrico saves.

  18. FULL-TIME

    Man Utd 1-0 Inter Milan

    Man Utd take a deserved victory over Inter Milan in Singapore.

  19. MISSED PENALTY - Conor Coady

    Wolves 0-0 Man City

    Claudio Bravo points to his left but Conor Coady blasts it right and the Man City keeper dives and saves.

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    Wolves 0-0 Man City

    Wolves captain Conor Coady is stepping up to take the first penalty. Claudio Bravo takes one last sip of water.