Cardiff City twice cancelled Manchester United's lead to earn a 2-2 draw at the Cardiff City Stadium.
The champions went ahead in the 15th minute, courtesy of a goal from Wayne Rooney.
Cardiff City responded just ahead the half hour mark, as Fraizer Campell found the back of the net to equalise.
It didn't take the visitors long to reclaim their lead, with Patrice Evra heading home after a corner kick just before the break.
Former Wales player Ryan Giggs came on as a substitute in the second half - the first time he has played against his home town club.
To the delight of home fans, Kim Bo-Kyung equalised for Cardiff minutes before the final whistle.
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