Australia's MELBOURNE On the tour of Thailand and Australia, Anthony Martial extended his recent hot streak with his third goal in as many games.
Manchester United's 3-1 triumph over Crystal Palace in Melbourne was overshadowed by portions of the crowd at the Melbourne Cricket Ground jeering Harry Maguire.
Erik ten Hag kept his perfect preseason record going with three goals from Martial, Marcus Rashford, and Jadon Sancho against a weak Palace team.
The entirety of the first half was spent with loud jeers directed towards the Dutchman's captain, Harry Maguire.
Additionally, Will Fish, a 19-year-old defender who had only been on the field for 20 minutes after being brought on as a replacement in the second half, was also sent off.
When playing at the MCG for the second time, Ten Hag stuck to his strategy of fielding a solid starting lineup and chose David de Gea, Bruno Fernandes, Fred, Scott McTominay.
Maguire was also chosen to start, and when his name was announced, some of the 76,000-person audience jeered.
When the England defender went close to scoring with an effort that glanced wide, the jeers finally halted after around 30 minutes of jeers every time Maguire touched the ball.
Martial only managed four league goals the previous season before a poor loan stint at Sevilla, but he has seized the opportunity to win over Ten Hag in Cristiano Ronaldo's absence.
The majority of his starting XI on until the 60-minute mark after making 10 changes at halftime in games against Liverpool and Melbourne Victory.