Arsenal edge past Bayern Munich in penalties to lift the International Champions Cup

Catch the best moments of the friendly match between Arsenal and Bayern Munich which ended in a draw and was decided by a penalty shoot-out.

FP Sports July 20, 2017 00:05:59 IST
Arsenal edge past Bayern Munich in penalties to lift the International Champions Cup
Arsenal edge past Bayern Munich in penalties to lift the International Champions Cup

Arsenal celebrate with the trophy after defeating Bayern Munich in the International Champions Cup on penalties (2-3). Reuters

Arsenal edge past Bayern Munich in penalties to lift the International Champions Cup

Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski scored the first goal of the International Champions Cup with a penalty. Reuters

Arsenal edge past Bayern Munich in penalties to lift the International Champions Cup

Arsenal's Alex Iwobi cancelled Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski's lead to send the International Champions Cup into penalties. Reuters

Arsenal edge past Bayern Munich in penalties to lift the International Champions Cup

Arsenal's Nacho Monreal fires from the spot kick during the penalty shootout . Reuters

Arsenal edge past Bayern Munich in penalties to lift the International Champions Cup

Arsenal player Reiss Nelson and goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez react after the penalty shoot out during the International Champions Cup. AFP

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