Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard opted to spend their Wednesday night attending the inaugural Pride of Manchester awards.
The United pair were suited and booted for the lavish occasion at The Principal Hotel in Manchester city centre.
Both were on hand to mark the first ever Pride Of Manchester Awards, which aim to ‘celebrate the achievements of truly remarkable people who make our world a better place.’
Nominated by the public, the winners are from all walks of life, of all ages, and from all over the country.
Lingard and Rashford made some most of their time off and chose to head out for the evening, instead of watching Tottenham’s dramatic Champions League semi-final win over Ajax.
The duo were snapped arriving at the event in bleak conditions in the north west before later posing on the red carpet before making their way inside.
Rashford chose to wear a smart black suit with a black tie while his colleague also opted for a black suit but paired his with a burgundy waistcoat, bow tie and pocket square.
The pair’s outing comes ahead of United’s final game of the Premier League season at home to Cardiff on Sunday, in which they have nothing to play for.
United limped to a draw at relegated Huddersfield last time out and the result mathematically ended the club’s hopes of a top-four finish and Champions League place despite a mid-season revival under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The club’s severely under-performing stars faced a fearful dressing-down from Solskjaer after that woeful result at the John Smith’s Stadium, according to The Sun.
Solskjaer labelled his players a ‘disgrace’ and left them in doubt that they had fallen way below expected standards, before questioning their futures in his post-match press conference.