The Spanish champions took control of the
shootout after the MLS side missed their first two spot kicks,
with Real keeper Luca Zidane saving Dom Dwyer's effort before
Giovani Dos Santos rattled the bar.
Mateo Kovacic calmly slotted home his effort to put Madrid on
the brink of victory before left back Marcelo sealed the contest
by burying his penalty into the left corner past substitute
goalie Stefan Frei in front of 61,000 spectators.
Real Madrid had lost to Manchester United, Manchester City and
Barcelona in their first three games of the tour and without
FIFA player of the year Cristiano Ronaldo, found it difficult to
find a way past starting goalkeeper Tim Howard.
The visitors finally broke through on the hour mark when
20-year-old prospect Borja Mayoral's deflected blast nestled
into the right corner but Dwyer pounced on a rebound to equalise
with three minutes remaining, sending the contest into a
"It was important to go back with the sensation of having won,
but of course now we're going to look forward to the UEFA Super
Cup which is an important game coming up," Mayoral said after
being awarded the game's Most Valuable Player trophy.
Real Madrid will face Europa League winners Manchester United in
the UEFA Super Cup on Aug 8 in Macedonia.
(Reporting by Larry Fine in Safety Harbor, Florida; Editing by
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