A late brace from Oscar secured Chelsea a 3-1 victory over AC Milan in their final International Champions Cup match in Minneapolis.
The match was the first sports event to be played at the new $1.061-billion U.S. Bank Stadium, with the attendance on the night 64,101.
In the first-half, Bertrand Traore headed in from close range to open the scoring in the 24th minute but saw his effort cancelled out by a superb Giacomo Bonaventura equaliser from a 38th minute free kick.
However, substitute Oscar restored his side’s lead after converting a penalty in the 70th minute and adding a late third to seal the victory for the Blues.
The squad will now jet off to Germany to complete their pre-season against Werder Bremen on Sunday before their opening Premier League match West Ham United on August 15.
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