Manchester United enjoyed the final game of Tour 2016, presented by Aon, in sunny Sweden as a superb second-half showing accounted for Galatasaray at the Ullevi Stadium.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic hit a wonderful early opener, only for Galatasaray to lead at the interval through Sinan Gumus and Bruma. Wayne Rooney scored twice, one from the spot, to turn the game on its head with Marouane Fellaini and Juan Mata also finding the net. Antonio Valencia claimed three assists from the right-back slot while Marcus Rashford again illustrated his outstanding promise.
The early stages were all about Ibrahimovic, afforded a hero’s welcome on returning to his homeland. He certainly justified all the attention by launching into an acrobatic bicycle kick to send Valencia’s accurate centre bouncing past Fernando Muslera and into the corner of the net.
As the match played out to a soundtrack of an incessant drumbeat, United kept the rhythm going and Muslera was fortunate when his kick hit Ander Herrera but rebounded to safety. Despite rarely threatening up until that point, the Turkish side levelled when Wesley Sneijder swept over a free-kick conceded by Ibrahimovic and Sinan Gumus got his blond head to the ball to place it past David De Gea.