Real Madrid vs Juventus Live Score, Updates, Highlights and Friendly Pre-Season Lineups

European champions Real Madrid will face Italian giants Juventus in a classic European showdown that will be played to a sold-out crowd at the Rose Bowl. More than 90,000 fans are expected to witness the preseason game.

It’s an important one for Real Madrid, as it represents the final test of the preseason before it kicks off in earnest with the UEFA Super Cup on August 10 against Europa League holders Eintracht Frankfurt. That will be the first trophy up for grabs in a 2022-23 season in which Los Merengues will be occupied on a number of competitive fronts as the defending Spanish and European champions.

Saturday’s showdown also marks the end of Juventus’s US summer tour. They defeated Chivas Guadalajara 2-0 and equalized Barcelona 2-2. The Bianconeri will face a third Spanish opponent, Atletico Madrid, before opening the Italian Serie A season against Sassuolo on August 15.

Real Madrid lost its US tour match against Barcelona 1-0 and then tied Mexican power Club America 2-2. Karim Benzema scored in his first appearance in the final game and Eden Hazard found the back of the net from a penalty.

Sporting News follows the match Real Madrid vs. Juventus live and provide live score updates and commentary.

Real Madrid vs. Juventus live score

1H 2H Last
Real Madrid 1 0
Juventus 0 0

goals:
RMA — Karim Benzema (penalty kick) — 19th min.

Live updates Real Madrid vs. Juventus, highlights of the preseason

62nd minute: It’s a Real Madrid clinic. Karim Benzema curls the ball that was destined for the bottom left corner, but Juve’ keeper Perin saves it. Real Madrid players don’t want to get off the field. They quickly took the corner so the subs couldn’t get in.

59th minute: Everyone is competing for Real Madrid. Dani Carvajal picked a shot that saved the Juve keeper, then Toni Kroos took a shot that ended high. Real Madrid are about to make some subs.

54th minute: It’s all been Real Madrid to start the second half and they play with the same verve and inspired teamwork.

Juve’s Manuel Locatelli had to do an incredible acrobatic jump to stop an obvious opportunity, Bonucci had a miscommunication with his ‘keeper’ and Real Madrid’s David Alaba pushed all the way from the center back to shoot for goal. It hasn’t been nice for the Italian side.

46th minute: The second half is in full swing. Antonio Rudiger is in for Eder Militao. Juan Cuadrado comes in for Angel Di Maria.

Real Madrid 1, Juventus 0

Peace: Real Madrid with the deserved lead in this one. From the opening whistle, the European champions showed their intention. They are direct and vertical, and they attack in numbers, with players switching positions and combining well. When Karim Benzema and Vinicius Jr. being on the ball, all sorts of things happen.

And as fluid as Real Madrid is, Juventus are slow, disjointed and clueless in attack. Everything they do in the last third part mostly depends on the creativity of Angel Di Maria, who has been little today – it seems to be a low energy outing for him so far – or they depend on Dusan Vlahovic to create something for themselves. But Vlahovic has been isolated and invisible. And there is no chemistry with Moise Kean. It is the first game that Vlahovic and Di Maria will play together, but Juve coach Massimiliano Allegri has a lot of work to do.

44th minute: Dusan Vlahovic has remained anonymous, but he gets a ball in the penalty area only for Eder Militao to acrobatically recover and clear the ball for a corner. Nothing comes of it.

38th minute: Not much happens in the game, but what is clear is that Real Madrid are very dangerous when they run from the back of Juventus. Juventus do not have it so easy to make dangerous attacking moves. Things are not going as well as at Real.

27th minute: Juventus have a case for a penalty! But the referee doesn’t call it and there is no VAR. Ferland Mendy inexplicably returns the ball into his own penalty area and Angel Di Maria beats Eder Militao to the ball. It looked like a penalty. But it remains 1-0.

19th minute: Goal Real Madrid! Karim Benzema converts the penalty. Two goals in two games for the best striker in the world.

17th minute: Punishment for Real Madrid! After a poor giveaway from Dusan Vlahovic, Vinicius Jr grabs the ball in the penalty area and Danilo knocks it down from behind. Clear punishment.

13th minute: Juve captain Leonardo Bonucci fires a set piece in the top left corner of the goal. Wow, this game has changed. Moments later, Dusan Vlahovic and Denis Zakaria get in each other’s way in the Real Madrid penalty area. Juventus are back in this game.

11th minute: Juventus’ first serious attack and it comes as left-back Alex Sandro pushes all the way to the finish line. But the Juventus attackers cannot finish the game.

5th minute: Manuel Locatelli with a bad, bad tackle on Fede Valverde. No card shown and Real Madrid conduct an exhibition game.

The Spanish champions make an electric start. It’s another bad start to a game for Juventus (the same happened against Barcelona, ​​with their giveaways only adding to the problems and pressure).

1st minute: The match starts. Juventus are in their black and white stripes, while Real Madrid are in their lilac kits. After 10 seconds, Real Madrid scores through Karim Benzema, but three players are offside.

10 minutes from kick-off: Mr Juventus himself is in California to support the team he once represented in a big way.

75 minutes from kick-off: Real Madrid fans outside the Rose Bowl:

120 minutes from kick-off: Organizers announced an official sale 24 hours before the game and fans without tickets were “strongly discouraged from coming to Rose Bowl Stadium.” Meanwhile, those with tickets were told to show up two hours before the game to make sure they got in on time.

120 minutes from kick-off: These are the jerseys Real Madrid will wear against Juventus:

Real Madrid vs. Juventus lineups

Dani Carvajal is recovering from an ankle injury and will start at right-back against Juventus, but Lucas Vazquez is likely to replace him at halftime as it is Carvajal’s first preseason appearance. In the only other lineup question, Federico Valverde beats Marco Asensio and Rodrygo for the right wing position.

Starting position for Real Madrid (4-3-3, from right to left): 1-Thibaut Courtois (GK) – 2-Dani Carvajal, 3-Eder Militao, 4-David Alaba, 23-Ferland Mendy – 10-Luka Modric, 14-Casemiro, 8-Toni Kroos – 15-Federico Valverde, 9-Karim Benzema, 20 Vinicius Jr.

Subtitles Real Madrid (18): 13-Andriy Lunin (GK), 26-Luis Lopez (GK), 30-Lucas Canizares (GK), 27-Vinicius Tobias (GK), 17-Lucas Vazquez, 22-Antonio Rudiger, 6-Nacho, 5-Jesus Vallejo , 16- Alvaro Odriozola, 25. Eduardo Camavinga, 18. Aurelien Tchouameni, 19. Dani Ceballos, 11. Marco Asensio, 24. Mariano Diaz, 21. Rodrigo, 7. Eden Hazard, 29. Juanmi Latasa, 12. Borja Mayoral

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri previously confirmed that both Dusan Vlahovic and Weston McKennie would make their preseason debuts against Real Madrid, but McKennie is nowhere to be found in the roster with early reports of a shoulder injury. Dusan Vlahovic makes his first start alongside Angel Di Maria and Moise Kean.

Backup Juventus keeper Mattia Perin replaces regular Wojciech Szczesny, who has an adductor problem, while fullback/winger Juan Cuadrado starts on the bench.

Juventus starting grid (4-3-3, from right to left): 36-Mattia Perin (GK) — 6-Danilo, 19-Leonardo Bonucci, 3-Bremer, 12-Alex Sandro — 28-Denis Zakaria, 27-Manuel Locatelli, 44-Nicolo Fagioli — 22-Angel Di Maria, 9-Dusan Vlahovic, 18-Moise Kean

Juventus subs (12): 23-Carlo Pinsoglio (GK), 45-Giovanni Garofani (GK), 15-Federico Gatti, 24-Daniele Rugani, 42-Tommaso Barbieri, 17-Luca Pellegrini, 11-Juan Cuadrado, 30-Matias Soule, 13-Nicolo Ravella , 33-Marley Ake, 34-Nicolo Cudrig, 40-Marco Da Graca

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Real Madrid vs. Juventus TV channel, live stream

UK United States Canada Australia
Date sun 31 july Sat 30 July Sat 30 July sun 31 july
Time 03:00 BST 22:00 ET 22:00 ET 12:00 AEST
TV channel Premier Sports 1 FS2, Fox deports
Stream Premier Player HD fuboTV, Fox Sports Go DAZN Paramount+

UK: This weekend’s friendly between Real Madrid and Juventus from the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, will be broadcast in the UK by Premier Sports 1 and will be available to stream on Premier Player HD.

UNITED STATES: In the United States, Saturday’s friendly will air on FS2 and Fox Deportes, both of which can be streamed on fuboTV. The match will also be featured on Fox Sports streaming platform Fox Sports Go.

Canada: DAZN will carry the match for fans in Canada.

Australia: Paramount+ will stream Real Madrid vs Juventus in Australia during the afternoon hours.

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