Washington, Aug 4 (IANS) Brazilian midfielder Oscar’s two goals in the second half helped Chelsea earn a 3-1 win over AC Milan in International Champions Cup football tournament here.

Forward Bertrand Traore on Wednesday scored in the first half for Chelsea, a goal was reverted back about 15 minutes later from AC Milan’s Giacomo Bonaventura with a perfectly placed curving free kick in the 38th minute, reports Xinhua.

In the second half, Oscar first placed a penalty into the top corner after a Milan hand-ball and then hammered a low drive into the bottom corner to give a 3-1 lead for Antonio Conte’s men.

The International Champions Cup is a series of exhibitions serving as a pre-season tour for several of the world’s top clubs.

Chelsea now returns across the Atlantic before a final friendly with Werder Bremen to close their pre-season schedule at the weekend.

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