Real Madrid and Manchester United played out a 1-1 draw in the International Champions Cup which the Premier League side went on to win on penalties. But as well as the more serious business of football, there was also some photo editing fun enjoyed around the social media.
Gift exchange between Real Madrid and Manchester United
Florentino Pérez, presidente del Real Madrid, entrega a Ed Woodward, CEO del Manchester United, una camiseta del Real Madrid firmada por los jugadores.
Florentino Pérez, presidente del Real Madrid, entrega a Ed Woodward, CEO del Manchester United, un pisapapeles del club blanco.
Florentino Pérez, presidente del Real Madrid, recibe de Ed Woodward, CEO del Manchester United, una placa conmemorativa del amistoso entre ambos clubes.
During the half-time break, the president of the Spanish and European champions, Florentino Pérez, exchanged gifts with Ed Woodward, CEO of Manchester United. The English director was presented with the new Real Madrid shirt signed by all the squad and a paperweight, while he reciprocated with a commemorative plaque of the game.
Fans have fun with Perez & Woodward 😂 pic.twitter.com/QIylK54Cgh— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) 24 de julio de 2017
Fax machine kills De Gea move
Innocent enough you may think, however the image of the two top men was the perfect material for photo-editing pranksters to remind everyone of one of the biggest transfer stories of the summer of 2015...one that didn't end up with United goalkeeper, David de Gea, moving to Madrid. And at the centre of it all, a fax machine.