Spurs hit Celtic for six
Roberto Soldado and Erik Lamela were among the goalscorers as Tottenham Hotspur thrashed Celtic 6-1 in Saturday's friendly in Helsinki.
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Spurs raced into a 2-0 lead thanks to efforts from frontmen Harry Kane and Soldado in the fourth and 11th minutes respectively.
Jamie Lindsay pulled a goal back for Celtic in the 43rd, but a minute later Lewis Holtby restored the two-goal cushion and Tottenham kept the momentum going after the break.
Midfielder Lamela -- who, like Soldado, is looking to bounce back after a disappointing first season with the London club -- made it 4-1 just before the hour mark.
And a Christian Eriksen free-kick and an Emmanuel Adebayor penalty wrapped up the rout in the last 10 minutes, while Celtic's misery was compounded by a red card for Efe Ambrose -- his second this week, having been dismissed in Wednesday's Champions League qualifier against Legia Warsaw.
Ashley Young scored either side of a Gareth Bale penalty in the first half, and Manchester United beat Real Madrid 3-1 on Saturday in front of the largest crowd to see a soccer game in the United States.
United remained unbeaten in this year's International Champions Cup, advancing to the final of the preseason tournament on Monday night in Miami, where they will face Liverpool.
Javier Hernandez added a goal in the second half to cap the scoring.
The crowd of 109,318 at Michigan Stadium broke the previous U.S. mark of 101,799, set at the Rose Bowl for the 1984 Olympic final.
Cristiano Ronaldo came on as a second-half substitute a day after Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti said he would not play.
Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo plundered four goals as Benfica were swept aside 5-1 in the Emirates Cup. Sanogo produced a clinical display as he bagged a first-half hat trick while Costa Rica forward Joel Campbell, back from a loan spell at Olympiakos, also impressed, scoring his first goal in an Arsenal shirt.
Dimitrios Diamantakos scored twice and Roberto Jimenez Gago made two saves in a shootout to help Olimpiakos beat Manchester City 5-4 on penalty kicks after a 2-2 draw.
City opened the scoring with a Stevan Jovetic goal in the 35th minute. Samir Nasri picked out Jovetic and he dribbled past one defender, then split two others with a right-footed shot that beat a flat-footed Jimenez Gago. Two minutes later, Diamantakos equalised for Olimpiakos.
Aleksander Kolarov put City 2-1 in the 53rd minute with a penalty after David Silva was tripped in the box. But Diamantakos levelled in the 65th minute when he collected a pass just outside the box, moved past goalkeeper Joe Hart and blasted it into the open net
Newcastle United, playing at Schalke's Veltins Arena, conceded three goals in 18 first-half minutes en route to a 3-1 loss to Spanish side Malaga.
Sergi Darder opened the scoring in the 25th minute with a long-range strike that went in off the woodwork. Samu Castillejo volleyed in at the far post in the 32nd minute and the same man then netted a deflected effort towards the end of the half before Gabriel Obertan fired in a consolation on the hour.
Competing in the same Schalke Cup tournament as Newcastle, West Ham United drew 0-0 with the host club at the Veltins Arena before triumphing 7-6 on penalties.
The Hammers had survived a few scares during the 90 minutes, with their German opponents hitting the woodwork twice.
Aston Villa slumped to a 4-1 defeat away against Dutch side Groningen after conceding two goals in the opening eight minutes.Both of those were scored by Tjaronn Chery, and Jarchinio Antonia then made it 3-0 on the half-hour.
Charles N'Zogbia responded with a free-kick with around 15 minutes to go, but Groningen were not done and Dino Islamovic added their fourth in the last few seconds.
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Inter Milan beat AS Roma 2-0 in the International Champions Cup.
Nemanja Vidic met a free-kick from Dodo to head Inter into the lead just before the break. Roma almost levelled in the 48th minute, but Mattia Destro headed wide of an open goal unmarked six yards out.
Yuto Nagatomo doubled the lead in the 69th minute as he collected a loose ball and buried it past Lukasz Skorupski into the top corner.
Barcelona and Nice played out a 1-1 draw. Dario Cvitanich gave the Ligue 1 side the lead in the 21st minute but Xavi was on hand to make sure the game finished level as he netted on 68 minutes.Summer signing Bafetimbi Gomis was again on the scoresheet for Swansea City as they beat Reading 3-1 at the Madejski Stadium.
The France striker provided a cool finish to seal the victory in the second half. Wayne Routledge had earlier -- after Wilfried Bony crashed a penalty against the crossbar -- scored twice in three minutes to put the Swans in charge, with the hosts replying through a Nick Blackman wonder strike.
Crystal Palace suffered a 3-2 defeat at Championship newcomers Brentford. A flurry of goals early in the second half saw Jonathan Douglas and Andre Gray put the home team 2-0 up and Palace then draw level through Glenn Murray and Marouane Chamakh. Moses Odubajo subsequently notched the winner.
A Stoke City XI drew 0-0 at Burton Albion and West Bromwich Albion went down 1-0 at Nottingham Forest courtesy of a Matty Fryatt goal.
Charlie Austin and Junior Hoilett scored a brace apiece in Queens Park Rangers' 4-0 win at Shamrock Rovers, while summer recruit Marvin Sordell's effort steered Burnley to a 1-0 triumph at Blackpool.
Leicester City drew 1-1 at Preston North End, with Liam Moore's goal cancelled out by a Tom Clarke header.
Sunderland were held to a goalless draw by Vitoria Setubal in the last of their three friendlies in Portugal. The draw comes after Gus Poyet's men had beaten Recreativo Huelva 1-0 before losing to CD Nacional by the same scoreline.