United's Portuguese goalkeeper Joel Pereira, deputising for the absent David De Gea and Sergio Romero, said he hoped his performance in the shoot-out had helped his bid to win a place in manager Jose Mourinho's squad.
Ander Herrera was joined by Andreas Pereira and Scott McTominay in central midfield, while Sanchez was partnered by Juan Mata in an unorthodox front two.
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Intermittent rain, the first significant downfall of the entire Tour, created unpredictable conditions on Saturday's 31km course. Thomas went straight over to his wife Sarah Elen after finishing another day of cycling knowing Sunday should be a glorious day.
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The lead lasted just four minutes with Suso taking advantage of some sloppy defending from Chris Smalling, Eric Bailly and Axel Tuanzebe - starting as a back three - which allowed a long ball from Leonardo Bonucci to skid through.
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Milan rarely threatened in the second half, although Nikola Kalinic, the Croatian sent home from the World Cup, nearly won it six minutes from time but saw his shot across Joel Pereira come back off the post.
Milan's Franck Kessie, attempting to match Pereira's "Panenka" finish, sent his second spot-kick over the bar to decide the game.