Wolverhampton Wanderers won the 2019 Premier League Asia Trophy as they beat reigning Premier League champions Manchester City on penalties in the final in China in July.
Man City, Newcastle United, West Ham United and Wolves competed in the biennial tournament which took place in two locations, Nanjing and Shanghai, giving more fans the opportunity to enjoy the Premier League experience and see a world-class line-up of players and managers.
All four teams played in a double-header at Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre on Wednesday 17 July, followed by the third/fourth place playoff and the final at Shanghai’s Hongkou Stadium on Saturday 20 July.
PPSports was the exclusive broadcaster for the Premier League Asia Trophy in China, with all matches officiated by Premier League match officials as well as local match officials and staged in accordance with Premier League rules.
It was the ninth edition of the tournament and the second to be held in mainland China, after Beijing hosted it in 2009.
As with previous editions, a full programme of football development initiatives were held as part of the Asia Trophy including coach education, referee training and a youth tournament.