Jadon Sancho and his Red Devils teammates dominated the first half with the winger getting on the scoresheet, while Marcus Rashford fortuitously forced Matty Cash to put through his own net just before half- time

But after making a loot of changes, and with Man Utd changing their own platoon, Villa, led by Leon Bailey were revitalised in the alternate period and had enough chances to win the match

Bailey constantly set up himself in dangerous positions and managed to snare a thing back on 50 twinkles

Villa raved and puffed but it took until the last play of the game for Calum Chambers to head home from a corner

Manchester United will bring theirpre-season stint of Australia to a close on Saturday when they face Premier League rivals Aston Villa in Perth

as Erik ten Hag looks to make it four triumphs from four matches since taking charge of the club

The Red Devils have formerly defeated Melbourne Victory and Crystal Palace in Australia this month, which followed on from a 4- 0 palm over Liverpool in Bangkok on July 12, but now attention turns to Aston Villa in their final game before they return home

Manchester United drew with Aston Villa 2- 2 moment in apre-season friendly in stormy Perth, Australia

David de Gea 5 – Had little to do in the first half, some flopping at corners and crosses in the alternate, poor on the alternate thing

Then are our player conditions for the game A score of 6 is around normal

Diogo Dalot7.5 – The conditions presumably averted him from repeating the great performance against Palace

but nevertheless really looking like the finished composition now

But the Midlands club will also be looking to cap off their own stint down under with a third straight palm, having formerly seen off Leeds United and Brisbane Roar in 1- 0 palms