Antony, Donny van de Beek and Hannibal Mejbri were among the more notable players to feature in the game, with a host of academy talents also taking part.
Willy Kambwala, Toby Collyer and Joe Hugill were among the youngsters involved in the friendly fixture, which was being watched by a number of former academy players who had been invited to watch by the club.
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The Manchester Evening News understands the match finished in a 1-1 draw between the two sides as Erik ten Hag looked to build match sharpness in those who have been on the periphery in recent weeks.
Antony was an unused substitute in United&aposs 4-3 defeat to Copenhagen last week and only featured from the bench in the final 20 minutes of the weekend win over Luton.
Van de Beek has played just 21 minutes of senior football in all competitions so far this season, with his only two appearances coming in the same week in two matches against Crystal Palace.