Fred, Martial and Sancho didn't disappoint as they scored in the first half. Source/Courtesy.
Manchester United began life under Erik Ten Hag with a first half bang against rivals Liverpool in Rajamangala stadium, Bangkok on Tuesday afternoon.
While it was more of an exhibition match, the Red Devils fielded a strong side with absence of Harry Maguire and want away Cristiano Ronaldo. The Reds opted for a fringe side with youngsters at the back say for keeper Allison Beker and they paid dearly as they conceded three goals in first half.
Sancho draw the first blood in 12 minutes of play before Fred added a second and Martial wrapped up the scoreline in the first half win.
Ten Hag benched van de Beek and opted for MCtominay, Dalot and Lindelof in instead of Wan-Bissaka and Bailly. Source/Courtesy.
Second half saw both teams rotate squad as Heaton cane in for De Gea on 67th minutes. While Liverpool introduced a more stronger side in the second half with Salah and Darwin Nunez making a debut.
Heaton, Wan-Bissaka, Bailly, Telles, Malacia, Savage, Iqbal, Van de Beek, Pellistri, Amad, Elanga.
United's first half team;
De Gea, Shaw, Lindelof, Varane, Dalot, McTominay, Fred, Fernandes, Martial, Rashford, Sancho.
Wan-Bissaka battles for the against Liverpool in Bangkok on Tuesday evening. Source/Courtesy.
In the end it's United who prevailed as super sub Pellistri added a fourth goal for the Red Devils on 76th minutes. Liverpool's consolation never cane as Salah hit the post in additional time.
It is a resounding victory for United with Ten Hag first match in charge.
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