Man City beat Real Madrid 4-1 in International Champions Cup
Manchester City put in an impressive second-half performance to breeze past Real Madrid 4-1 in the International Champions Cup in Los Angeles this morning.
Nicolas Otamendi gave City the lead from close range in a game full of chances, before Raheem Sterling doubled their lead with a low finish from Kevin De Bruyne’s pass.
John Stones added a third as Man City turned on the style in LA, before substitute Brahim Diaz made it 4-0 with a superb strike. Arnaiz Oscar scored with a fine 30-yard effort, the goal of the game, but it was only a consolation for the European champions.