The Manchester United squad played out an eight-goal thriller in a training match at Old Trafford - but the game ended all square.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer set up the friendly comprised of two United XIs - a team in the red home kit, led by Paul Pogba, and a team in the beige away kit, led by Bruno Fernandes.

Left-back Luke Shaw, who was on Fernandes' team, netted twice in the match and revealed how the contest panned out.

He said: "There have been a lot of different things circulating on social media and I'm happy to set the record straight.

"It did end 4-4 and I did score twice! Also on my team, Bruno got one and Jamo [Daniel James] got one, while, on the other team, Rashy [Marcus Rashford] got two and so did Odion [Ighalo].

"To be fair, my first goal was decent. It was from a great cross by Bruno and my volley went straight in. I was happy with it.