Jose Mourinho’s men were joined by star-studded celebrities at an exclusive Hollywood event
MANCHESTER UNITED stars painted the town red with a host of celebrities in Hollywood until 2:30am following their pre-season friendly win.
Jose Mourinho’s side opened their account ahead of the new campaign with a 5-2 thrashing of LA Galaxy which saw Romelu Lukaku make his debut.
And the Red Devils wasted no time in heading to the famous Los Angeles neighbourhood where they partied at the renowned TAO night club into the early hours.
The stars were offered an exclusive invite at an Adidas event where they were joined by a string of celebrities.
Recording artist Lana Del Rey posed with a picture alongside Luke Shaw, Jesse Lingard and Daley Blind.
Stunning model Emily Ratajkowski was also in attendance as she met Real Madrid target David De Gea and Ander Herrera who both shared a big grin.
Morale looked high amongst the United camp as they continue to build their fitness ahead of the Premier League curtain raiser next month.
And it was no wonder as a Marcus Rashford brace, Marouane Fellaini, Henrikh Mkihitaryan and Anthony Martial put the MLS side to the sword.
And Mourinho was quick to heap praise on youngster Rashford after his deadly performance in front of goal.
The Portuguese boss believes Rashford has baulked up over the summer and is ready to fire United towards the title next campaign.
Speaking after the game he said: “It’s just the natural evolution of a kid.
“You change your body when you’re a young kid.
“He’s already taller than when I arrived 13 months ago – he’s three centimetres taller – and he put on some muscle but without any kind of specific work because his speed is his most important quality.
“He was in a different team than Lukaku [against the Galaxy] but we will also try both in the same team, which I think can also work.
“Last season everyone was saying it would be difficult for me to play Marcus – but he was one of the top in appearances for the team. He’s learning a lot, a great professional, great attitude.
“Last season he was not scoring goals and missing a lot of chances, which was not a drama, because that’s part of the evolution. We know he is going to score more goals than last season.”