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Real Madrid 3-1 Juventus: Gareth Bale stunner helps Julen Lopetegui's side win

Real Madrid 3-1 Juventus: Gareth Bale stunner helps Julen Lopetegui's side win

Gareth Bale's dazzling strike helped Real Madrid battle back to beat Juventus in an inviting which did not highlight Cristiano Ronaldo against his old club. 

Juve drove when ideal back Dani Carvajal slid into his own particular net before Bale leveled with a pounding half-volley. 

Marco Asensio put Madrid ahead and after that scored a third that Juve's Wojciech Szczesny ought to have halted. 

Ronaldo, who joined Juve a month ago in a £99m bargain, has been offered an expanded reprieve after the World Cup. 

Madrid permitted the 33-year-old to leave for the Italian champions following a nine-year spell which saw him score a club record 450 objectives and win four Champions League titles. 

The Portugal forward's flight seems to have anchored Bale's future at the Bernabeu until further notice, with new mentor Julen Lopetegui saying the Wales forward can "help fill the void" this season. 

Lopetegui is likewise trusting various youthful players can likewise advance up this season for the European champions and, on the confirmation of this pre-season amicable in Maryland, USA, it would appear that they can. 

A few more youthful players inspired in the second half as Bale, Germany midfielder Toni Kroos and striker Karim Benzema fell off. 

Spain worldwide Asensio, 22, took his risks before objective, while 18-year-old Brazilian forward Vinicius Junior - who joined this late spring in a £38.7m bargain - was a consistent issue with his sharp and direct running. 

The combine connected up for the European champions' second objective, Vinicius skipping into space on the left before squaring for Asensio to come in. 

Juventus had little response to the pace and vitality of their adversaries from that point forward, despite the fact that Federico Bernardeschi saw damage time free-kick pushed onto the bar.