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Manchester United were denied a 100% record on their tour of Thailand and Australia when they were held to a 2-2 draw by Aston Villa in Perth.

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Jadon Sancho's third strike of the summer and Matty Cash's own goal gave United a 2-0 half-time lead. 

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Leon Bailey pulled one back after half-time, but Callum Chambers scored with a last-second header before Erik ten Hague's side were expected to record a fourth win.

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The pitch used by Leeds and Crystal Palace 24 hours ago made it difficult for the players to keep their feet but United still dominated the opening half.

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Anticipating Luke Shaw's overlapping run, Rashford cut the ball down the left and Sancho volleyed in a cross from six yards. 

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The pitch was marred by rain midway through the first half, but United extended their lead by the half-time whistle.

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There were just five minutes when Bayley burst through the United defense at the stroke of half-time,

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 cutting inside Victor Lindelof and curling a shot around Maguire and into the bottom corner.

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Villa were relieved after a largely uneven second half, but Chambers headed home in a corner from the right in the second minute of stoppage time.

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After wins over Liverpool, Melbourne Victory and Crystal Palace, United's tour ended with three wins and four draws.

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The team will return to Manchester on Sunday before their next friendly against Atlético Madrid in Oslo on Saturday.