Last Updated: 31/07/13 4:53pm
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Manchester United end their tour of the far east with a 5-2 victory against Kitchee FC. Danny Welbeck, Chris Smalling, Fabio Da Silva, Adnan Januzaj and Jesse Lingard all scored for the visitors while Lam Ka Wai and Alex Akande replied for the hosts. United wind up their entire pre-season campaign against AIK Fotboll in Stockholm on August 6 before the big kick-off on August 17.
SO CLOSE! Chris Smalling drags his shot wide of the far post. The defender comes so close to adding his second of the night.
You could say that Kitchee have thrown the sink at United in this second half and have deservedly scored two fine goals.
Five minutes remaining of United tour of the far east. Although this match has been their best display, they have looked leaky in defence.
Kitchee come close to scoring a third goal, but the header inside the six-yard box is wide of the target.
@ben_1995 Tweets: "Manchester united have a great attack but a poor defence and it showing in all the matches we have played."
Jesse Lingard is surrounded by four defenders but he doesn't panic and smashes a delightful effort into the top corner from the edge of the box. That's his fourth goal on tour and arguably the best of the lot!
@AMudachi Tweets: "It's nice that we're scoring goals (by numerous players) but the number of goals United are conceding is worrying!" Yep, that's nine conceded on tour now!
Is the comeback on for Kitchee? Alex Akande takes on Alex Buttner and Michael Keane before poking his shot past Ben Amos and into the far corner. What a beautiful finish!
Nathaniel is a bit worried by some of United's defending. He says: "These updates are keeping us sane during work, United's defending is worrying, like the first half of last season."
Lisa Goldsmith emails in to say: "Come on u red devils well done wellbeck,smalling,fabio and januzaj make united proud "
Fung has now come on for the hosts and has moved into a left-back position. He must try and keep Wilfried Zaha quiet. Good luck to him!
Adnan Januzaj has another pop at goal, but once again he is denied by the busy Zhenpeng who flies across his goal to make a comfortable stop.
Subal says: "Thanks for the commentary! Just want to say that off all our players, I'm most excited to see Wilfred Zaha when the season begins. I think that he will definitely be fighting for a first team place."
@knabelism Tweets: "I'm at work, unable to watch, so thanks for the updates. Glad to hear Ashley doing well. He deserves better treatment from some."
Kitchee score the goal of the night with a bolt from the blue. Zesh Rehman's pass finds Lam Ka Wai in space. He turns Michael Carrick inside out before lashing a stunning left-foot shot into the roof of the net. No chance for Ben Amos!
New signing Xu Deshuai comes on for Christian Annan as Alex Gomez makes his second change of the match.
Perfect start to the second half for the men in red and a couple of their substitutes combine for the goal. Alex Buttner's cross is headed into the back of the net by the unmarked Adnan Januzaj. The 18-year-old from Belgium has been a real star during this tour.
Adnan Januzaj wins United a corner after he fails to pick out Wilfried Zaha, who was standing in the middle.
Addy_metalhead7 Tweets: "Man utd finally getting into some kinda rhythm. Would be great if we get some more goals."
The second half has got underway and it looks as though Wilfried Zaha has moved further forward in support of young Jesse Lingard.
Alex Buttner, Jesse Lingard and Adnan Januzaj all come on for Manchester United in place of Danny Welbeck, Ashley Young and Patrice Evra.
Ashley Bone emails in to say: "Its all well and good Zaha showboating against these sorts of teams but in your opinion how will he fair in the prem next season?" Well Ashley, I think the young man will be a major star, so long as he gets games under David Moyes.
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Manchester United lead local side Kitchee FC 3-0 at the break. Goals from Danny Welbeck, Chris Smalling and Fabio Da Silva have given them an unassailable lead at the Hong Kong Stadium.
Matt Lam swings over a free-kick, but the men in red break through Danny Welbeck. The striker is unable to find a frustrated Tom Cleverley outside of him.
Wilfried Zaha showboats once more before laying the ball off for Anderson. He switches play with a fine pass to Ashley Young but the flying winger quickly loses possession.
Kitchee boss Alex Gomez watches on from the touchline. There is not much he can do against this United onslaught.
The visitors win a free-kick wide right but Ashley Young's outswinger is flicked wide. A bit of confusion about whether the ball came off a Kitchee head or not but the referee point for a goal-kick.
Chris Smalling, who started just 10 league games last season, is enjoying being given some playing time. He's getting involved with most of the attacks and has been a danger from corner-kicks.
The home crowd have swapped allegiance as Kitchee counter United. However, Michael Keane deals with the danger of Jaun Belencoso once again.
Matt Lam has come on for the hosts in place of their skipper Chu, who has had to go off after picking up a knock.
Chris Smalling is once again towering above everybody else, but fails to direct the ball on target this time.
Although United are three goals to the good, manager David Moyes is still shouting out instructions to his players.
What a delightful third goal for Manchester United! Although the full-back is allowed too much space in the area, his finish is real class. He turns the ball past Zhenpeng with a beautiful strike with the outside of his right-boot.
It's turned into a training session for these United players. They'll look to score as many goals as possible today as they build towards the new season.
United counter through Tom Cleverley who delivers a wonderful right-foot cross right on the head of towering defender Chris Smalling, who connects well. This could well be a cricket score!
OVER THE BAR! Danny Welbeck picks out Wilfried Zaha who controls the ball on his chest before turning away past two defenders, but is unable to keep the ball down.
Breakthrough for United! Michael Carrick's pass finds Ashley Young in the area, but his shot crashes off the post. However, the ball falls kindly to Welbeck, who stays calm to slot home. That's his third goal of the tour!
JUST WIDE! Anderson collects Patrice Evra's pass before driving his left-foot effort inches wide of the post.
United seem happy enough to pass the ball along the ground, despite the difficult conditions. Michael Carrick is looking to prize an opening.
Skipper Tsang Kam To is sitting in front of his back four and picks up the ball before looking to distribute it forward.
Billy Price says: "Nice to see an all English attacking line up for this friendly. Will hopefully give Moyes something to think about for the up coming season come full time."
Goalkeeper Wen is already busy. He rushes off his line to claim a high ball put into the mixer by Anderson.
Christian Annan gets a touch of the ball in the middle of the park. The Ghana star is a lively player and United will be wary of him.
Dani Cancela's left-foot cross is headed away and that allows Wilfried Zaha to break away down the right. His low ball finds Anderson on the edge of the box, but his shot deflects away to safety.
The Kitchee players are wearing blue shirts, white shorts and white socks going from right to left. We're underway!
Dan Turner writes in to say: "Considering how poor our defence has looked so far on this tour I would have like to see the ones almost guarenteed starting to be playing. Smalling, Keane and Fabio will be backup this season."
Ish Akhtar says: "Really hope this turns out to be a convincing win today, the more goals we get the more confidence we build, hopefully zaha and lingard both put in another great shift, and it'd be nice if welbeck grabbed a goal or two. Cant say I've been blown away so far but still very early days. I have all the confidence in the world in Moyes."
United have lost twice, drawn once and won only once so far on tour. A stoppage-time goal from new-face Wilfried Zaha saved United from the brink of a humiliating third defeat in their pre-season Asian tour on Friday, drawing 2-2 with the Japanese side Cerezo Osaka. How will they get on today?
There's a lot of sand on the surface as the teams come out. The majority of the 40,000 fans are local Manchester United fans.
Steve Fraser emails in to say: "Hi Raz. Before the kick off is there any news on the weather and state of the pitch?" Well Steve, all I can say is that's it's bad! United will do well not to pick up any injuries on this bog of a pitch. Thanksfully, it's not raining in Hong Kong today.
@liammyboi says: "I expect Adnan to feature second half. I predict a 3-1 score. Zaha and Welbeck to score."
@guy_in_london Tweets: "Why is Moyes risking Carrick? Would have loved to see more of Januzaj and Lingard."
Spanish coach Alex Gomez only took over the reins at Kitchee last month, replacing Josep Gombau, who left for A-League club Adelaide United. Barcelona-born striker Jordi Tarres is a prolific striker, having scored 49 goals in 65 appearances to date. The Hong Kong outfit also have former Fulham defender Zesh Rehman in their ranks. Also keep an eye out for Jonathan Reguiero and Roberto Losada Rodriguez.
@Hayden_jones says: "Bit worried about the quality and depth of the united midfield this year with Carrick the only proven centre midfielder."
@TonyLeTigreUK Tweets: "Need to treat this pitch/match like a cup game! Pleased with Zaha and Januzaj and the domestic cup runs is where they will get games."
@StephenMcVey1 is first to Tweet in today and he says: "Wondering if the Buttner brothers will get a chance to take Evra's place more regularly. Getting plenty of pre-season minutes."
Workers were busy trying to get the Hong Kong Stadium field ready for the game after heavy rain - and four Asia Trophy matches played earlier this week left it virtually unplayable. United cancelled an open training session at the 40,000 Hong Kong Stadium and it's a bit of a pudding this evening.
MANCHESTER UNITED: Ben Amos, Patrice Evra, Chris Smalling, Michael Keane, Fabio, Anderson, Michael Carrick, Ashley Young, Danny Welbeck, Tom Cleverley, Wilfried Zaha.
SUBSTITUTES: Anders Lindegaard, Rafael, Phil Jones, Rio Ferdinand, Ryan Giggs, Robin Van Persie, Alex Buttner, Jesse Lingard, Adnan Januzaj.
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