Manchester United draw 1-1 with Everton in SECRET behind closed doors friendly, as both sides look to regain some form ahead of the resumption of the Premier League
- Manchester United drew 1-1 against Everton in a secret friendly on Wednesday
- The match took place at Carrington and was more akin to a training session
- Both clubs are looking to find some form before the Premier League restarts
- No details on the game have been revealed and no club TV crews were allowed in
Manchester United drew 1-1 with Everton in a secret, behind closed doors friendly in sub-zero temperatures at Carrington on Wednesday afternoon.
No details of the match are being revealed, with club TV crews not being permitted in to film the game, as both sides look to find some form ahead of the resumption of the Premier League in two weeks time.
According to the Metro, the game was said to be more like a training session as opposed to a high-intensity match.
Manchester United drew 1-1 against Everton in a secret match at Carrington on Wednesday
Neither side have released any details on the match with no club TV crew being in attendance
United youngsters Rhys Bennett and Kobbie Mainoo are both believed to have been involved for the hosts, with neither participating in the U21s trip to Bolton on Tuesday.
The Red Devils currently sit fifth in the Premier League table, three points off Tottenham inside the top-four and, after heading out to Spain for a warm-weather training camp, will restart their league campaign against Nottingham Forest on December 27.
The game, which took place in sub-zero conditions, was reportedly akin to a training session
Although it’s been a disappointing winter break for Ten Hag’s side, who were beaten by Real Betis 1-0 last week and were hammered 4-2 by Cadiz the week prior.
Conversely, Frank Lampard’s side defeated Australian A-League side WS Wanderers 5-1 and Celtic 1-0, during their winter trip Down Under.
The Toffee’s will restart their domestic season against West Ham on Boxing Day, with the Merseyside club once again finding themselves in a relegation battle, lingering just one point off Forest in 17th place.
Man United and Everton will next meet in the new year at Old Trafford in the third round of the FA Cup, the
United will re-start their Premier League campaign on December 27 against Nottingham Forest