Manchester United fell behind 4-2 in a friendly with La Liga club Cadiz on Wednesday despite coming back from a two-goal deficit to temporarily equalize at Nuevo Mirandela. After early goals from Carlos García and Anthony Lozano in the opening 14 minutes for the home side, United came from behind with an Anthony Martial penalty in the 21st minute and a Cobi Manu goal three minutes after coming on as a substitute in the break. (Manchester United Lost 4-2 In A Friendly Match Against Cadiz In La Liga) But Cadiz would have the last word, Rubén Sobrino converting a cross on 57' and Tomás Alarcon adding a fourth on 77' to give the team the win, currently ranked 19th in La Liga. The game was set up to keep players from participating in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar running before the return of club football immediately following the winter tournament. Man United's starting line-up consisted of seven players who have featured in the Premier League so far this season: Victor Lindelof, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Scott McTominay, Donny van de Beek, Alejandro Garnacho, Anthony Elanga and Martial. After quickly falling two goals behind, United began their comeback when 19-year-old midfielder Zidane Iqbal was fouled in the box and Martial scored from the penalty spot alongside Panenka. Manu, a 17-year-old midfielder who had yet to make his competitive debut for the first team, equalized for the visitors with a deflected effort from inside the box. (Manchester United Lost 4-2 In A Friendly Match Against Cadiz In La Liga) Both teams made major changes at half-time, with United replacing all 10 outfield players and Cadiz making nine changes. The hosts were the ones who unleashed the best to clinch the victory. Erik ten Haag's side will take on Real Betis in Spain on Saturday before competitive play returns after the World Cup with the Carabao Cup round of 16 at home to Burnley on 21 December, three days after the World Cup final.