Any semblance of goalkeeper David De Gea, midfielder Scott McTominay and youthful weapon Alejandro Garnacho were spotted at the in vogue Ms Collins nightspot in the CBD - as a large group of Red Devils went wild about playing football in Australia.
Around 74,000 fans went to United's 4-1 win over Melbourne Victory on Friday at the MCG, with roughly 80,000 observers expected at a similar famous donning scene when United face the Eagles on Tuesday.
Weapon striker Marcus Rashford surely seemed open to the possibility of EPL agreeable matches being forever arranged in Australia.
'The offices have been great, the arena (MCG) has been great, the fans have been steady and there has been a climate wherever that we go,' the England worldwide told the Herald Sun.
'So assuming it was conceivable, I'd say no doubt. Bring a few additional games here.'
United midfielder Scott McTominay was in total agreement, expressing the chance of arranging yearly pre-season games in Melbourne was certainly a road to investigate.
'Better believe it obviously,' he said. 'The fans are insane, they are more than able with the fan limit in arenas to have a few additional games.
'We are simply so honored and eager to have this many individuals who support us and we are so thankful.'
United were rearward in Melbourne back in 1999 - with this visit their second visit to Australian shores in four years following two games in Perth in 2019.
Melbourne has established a major connection with United, with star midfielder Bruno Fernandes cherishing life in the brandishing capital.
'Clearly there are such countless nations and spots that need to see us and it's great as far as we're concerned to go to better places,' he said.
'Yet, Melbourne has been truly pleasant for us, the arena was astonishing.'
Individual EPL clubs Aston Villa and Leeds United got down to business in Brisbane on Saturday, with Villa striker Danny Ings getting a 1-0 triumph from the punishment spot.
Steven Gerrard's side next meet A-League Men outfit Brisbane Roar in Townsville on Wednesday, while Leeds' visit will finish up with a match against Crystal Palace at Perth Stadium on Friday.
Estate then take on Manchester United in Perth on Saturday prior to flying home.
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