The Belgian side did not have the greatest of facilities in which to prepare for their Europa League quarter-final clash with the Red Devils
While Manchester United are able to make full use of their Carrington training centre ahead of the second leg of their their Europa League quarter-final tie with Anderlecht on looking to Thursday, the Belgian champions were forced to improvise.
The Pro League side are looking to build on the 1-1 draw from the first game in Brussels, but the environment in which they were left to train in Manchester lacked the facilities they may be used to.
— RobP (@robpim1982) April 20, 2017
The players were spotted working out in Manchester’s Castlefield Park, with two sides knocking a ball over a groove in the grass.
The Europa League hopefuls were recorded by a United supporter, who even wished them good luck ahead of the game.