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AFCB V Real Madrid: Photo Special

AFCB V Real Madrid: Photo Special

With special thanks to Ian Christy, AFCB Vital can bring you a selection of photos from Sunday evenings friendly with Spanish giants Real Madrid.

The Cherries hosted the former nine times European champions with new manager Carlo Ancelotti and assistant manager Zinedine Zidane naming a full strength side with Cristiano Ronaldo (two), Khedira, Higuain, Di María and Casemiro all scoring in a 6-0 victory.

Cherries: Flahavan (Jalal, 84), Francis (Stockley, 84), Cook (Hughes, 61), Elphick (Addison, 74), Daniels (Thomas, 84), Coulibaly (Harte, 66), Arter (Purches, 84), MacDonald (Wakefield, 84), Fraser (Matthews, 74), Pitman (Ward, 27), Grabban (Chiedozie, 66).

Real Madrid first half: Lopez, Carvajal, Nacho, Coentrão, Modric, Khedira, Ronaldo, Isco, Ozil, Benzema.

Real Madrid second half: Jesus, Nacho (Quini, 67), Carvajal (Casado, 67), Morata, di Maria, Higuain, Casemiro, Illarramendi, Kaka, Cheryshev, Mateos.

Full Time - AFC Bournemouth 0 vs 6 Real Madrid (Higuain 47, Di María 68, Casemiro 83)












































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Writer:Ian Christy
Date:Monday July 22 2013
Time: 7:58PM

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