Wilfried Zaha spared Shinji Kagawa's blushes with an injury-time equaliser for Manchester United in their 2-2 draw with J. League outfit Cerezo Osaka.
It looked as though United were destined for a third tour defeat against Kagawa's old club, after the Japanese star missed a gilt-edged chance and a penalty.
But in the dying seconds, Zaha tapped home Anderson's low cross to claim a draw after Kenyu Sugimoto and Yusuke Maruhashi had struck either side of Kagawa's equaliser.
As if to underline United's midfield malaise, David Moyes started Phil Jones and Ryan Giggs in midfield.
The club continue to be frustrated in their attempts to sign Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fàbregas, amid speculation Moyes would prefer to sign other players.