Real Madrid beat Chelsea 3-1 (Pre-Season)
The Pre-Season International Champions title has been won by Real Madrid, after they landed a 3-1 victory in Miami last Wednesday night. The Spanish side defeated Chelsea to win. Ronaldo got the best revenge at Mourinho, his former boss, by scoring two goals to help the Spanish champions to defeat the Blues. In a stunning man-of-the-match skill display by Ronaldo, a free kick served as the winning goal. Ronaldo's quality remains undisputed and the Ancelotti era is marked with a new Championship title in this surprisingly engaging game. Marcelo has opened the score with a goal 15 minutes into play, following the strong start from Real Madrid. Ramires restored the equilibrium by scoring a cool finish just moments later. Ronaldo took it upon himself to lead the team to victory with a stunning free kick in the 30th minute and another goal in the beginning of the second half. For this season's Real Madrid tickets, Chelsea tickets and tickets for other top clubs including Man. City, visit the LiveFootballTickets.com online store to buy your next match tickets securely. The win would have been particularly sweet for Cristiano Ronaldo as Mourinho talked negatively about him earlier in the year and said that he 'may think he knows everything and the coach is not able to improve him any more."Ronaldo was praised by Mourinho after his two-goal score in the match and Mourinho took back his earlier comments about the former Chelsea star. "Declarations made against Ronaldo are your movie. I was just trying to identify the true Ronaldo. If someone asked me about another player, Thomas Muller or Gerd Muller for example, the real one for me would be Gerd because he was the first. I'm not being negative about the one at Bayern, that's your call. It's not my problem." Ronaldo simply let his football do the talking for him, "I try to focus on the good aspects of coaches. The plate that I eat from doesn't get spit on by me, and I don't like to speak negatively about the people who speak negatively of me."