Manchester United's Shinji Kagawa (L) vies with Inter Milan's Andrea Ranocchia during a Champions Cup match at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland, on July 29, 2014. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM
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Manchester United remained undefeated under new Dutch manager Louis van Gaal after defeating Inter Milan 5-3 on penalty kicks Tuesday following a goalless draw. Scouting attacking talent for an English Premier League season only 18 days away, van Gaal gave 21-year-old winger Wilfried Zaha and Japan's Shinji Kagawa a look in the second half and kept Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez – reportedly being eyed for a transfer deal to Inter – on the bench until late.Hernandez, Ashley Young, Tom Cleverley and Shinji Kagawa also scored in the shootout for United, who continue the American tour Saturday against Real Madrid at Ann Arbor, Michigan, where a U.S. record football crowd of more than 100,000 is expected.Guarin blasted a free kick in the 85th minute that forced a leaping right-handed save by United second-half goalkeeper David de Gea.Van Gaal liked what he saw from Zaha.
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