Returning loanee Jesse Lingard's scored Manchester United's opener
Premier League Manchester United were beaten 4-2 by Championship side QPR in a pre-season friendly at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
The visitors went into the break level after Jesse Lingard's opener was cancelled out by Charlie Austin.
A Lyndon Dykes double and a long-range stunner from Moses Odubajo saw QPR go 4-1 up in the second half, as they scored three times in seven minutes.
Teenager Anthony Elanga, 19, stroked in a consolation goal for United late on.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who has just signed a new deal keeping him at United until 2024, fielded a young side led by fringe players such as Juan Mata and Dan James, with many senior players still unavailable after international duty.
The Reds were also without Brazilian left-back Alex Telles, who is likely to miss the start of the season with an ankle injury, or new £73m signing Jadon Sancho.
Elsewhere, goals from Callum Chambers, Nicolas Pepe, Folarin Balogun and Alexandre Lacazette saw Arsenal seal their first win of their pre-season, 4-1 against Millwall,
The friendly was arranged hastily after the Gunners were unable to travel to a tournament in the US because of positive Covid tests in their camp.
West Ham's unbeaten pre-season run continued as they thrashed Celtic 6-2 away from home and Aston Villa forward Wesley was sent off for headbutting Nick Powell in a 2-0 defeat at Stoke City.
A Wilfred Zaha penalty saw Crystal Palace win 1-0 at Ipswich Town, both Leicester City's trip to Burton and Watford's home game against West Brom ended goalless and Burnley won 2-0 away at Oldham Athletic.
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