Manchester United were held to a 2-2 draw by Brentford in a pre-season friendly played on Wednesday night. The Red Devils lost 4-2 to Queens ParRangers in their last warm-up game. It was the first game Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was taking charge of since he signed a new contract. Against the newly-promoted Premier League side Brenford, United took a 12th-minute lead through Anthony Elanga. Shandon Baptiste made it 1-1 eight minutes later. Five minutes into the second half, Andreas Pereira put Solksjaer’s men in front again. But Brentford levelled in the 78th minute through Bryan Mbeumo. United will play Preston North End next in another friendly on June 31.