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Each team made one change at the break – Hannibal replacing van de Beek for United; Asier Villalibre coming on for Nico Williams for Athletic Club.

It was Eriksen who had the first second-half sighter for Ten Hag’s side, shooting just wide of Simon’s goal, while in the stands there was plenty of appreciation for Jonny Evans as he warmed up ahead of his introduction just after the hour mark – the defender replacing Fernandez, while 19-year-old striker Joe Hugill came on for Sancho up top.

The game had lost some intensity at that stage, and it was Hannibal who provided the spark the contest needed, the Tunisia international’s dangerous surge forward forcing Paredes to wrestle him to the floor. Referee Neil Doyle was swift to raise the red card for a professional foul.
Eriksen couldn’t quite find the target with the resulting free-kick, but the Reds seemed buoyed.

Hannibal shot just over from Wan-Bissaka’s cross, before Wan-Bissaka again found space in a good area, but couldn’t quite direct the ball back across goal into the six-yard box.
Galarreta offered a rare second-half threat on Heaton’s goal, while Hugill couldn’t quite judge the flight of the ball as it bounced into the Athletic Club area.
Herrera was among those to join the action for Valverde’s side soon after – much like Evans, to loud applause from the fans – as those in blue looked to tighten things up.

A flurry of yellow cards – one for Evans, two for our opponents – threatened to break up the momentum of play, but United continued to probe. Hannibal took aim from distance only to see his shot charged down, and, after Noam Emeran had replaced Gore, the Reds remained threatening. Forson was forced down as he pushed through midfield, Maguire got himself into a good attacking position on the left, only for the ball to be cleared, and Evans’s looped header towards goal was deflected to safety.

Despite dominating the final stages, it looked like that one big chance wouldn’t fall for the Reds, but into the two minutes of injury-time, Wan-Bissaka’s floating ball into the box was well won by a leaping Maguire, allowing Pellistri the time to let the ball bounce before shooting low beyond Simon and into the net.

It made for an uplifting end to pre-season for the Reds, as well as the vast majority of the 50,238 fans inside the stadium, with the contest providing Ten Hag with more food for thought when assessing his options for the Premier League visit of Wolves to Old Trafford on Monday week.