Los Angeles - Serge Aurier's two goals lifted Paris
Saint-Germain to a 3-1 victory over Inter Milan on Sunday in an International
Champions Cup friendly in Eugene, Oregon.
Layvin Kurzawa also scored for the French champions, while
Stevan Jovetic converted a penalty for the Italian outfit in first-half injury
The International Champions Cup is an exhibition tournament
involving 17 clubs playing on four different continents, all tuning up for
their league seasons.
Sunday's match was played on a grass pitch laid over the
artificial turf at Autzen Stadium, home of the University of Oregon's gridiron
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PSG, under new manager Unai Emery, displayed a lively attack
and went ahead in the 15th minute when Hatem Ben Arfa's free kick was lost by
Inter keeper Samir Handanovic and Aurier tapped it in.
Inter pulled level by halftime thanks to Jovetic's blast
from the spot after a penalty awarded for a handball in the area.
PSG regained the lead in the 61st minute through Kurzawa,
and Aurier sealed the win when he rose to head home a cross from Alec Georgen
in the 87th.
Paris Saint-Germain next face Real Madrid in Columbus, Ohio
on Wednesday, and Leicester next Saturday in the Los Angeles suburb of Carson.
Inter play Bayern Munich in North Carolina next Saturday.For
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