Patrice Evra played for Step 7 Brentham FC yesterday!
The Middlesex County League side were beaten 3-2 by North Greenford Unitedpic.twitter.com/uyv1u1bOIH
— Ollie Bayliss (@Ollie_Bayliss) August 30, 2020
Former Man Utd and Juventus left-back Patrice Evra played for Sunday League team Brentham in Saturday’s 3-2 defeat to North Greenford United.
The 2008 Champions League winner needed to get some minutes under his belt in anticipation for next Sunday’s Soccer Aid charity match at Old Trafford.
— Stan cargill (@stan_cargill) August 29, 2020
But his presence was not enough to earn the Step 7 Middlesex County League side a result on the day.
Nevertheless, the Ealing-based club declared themselves “very satisfied” with their performance.
The one and only @Evra played today against @NGUFC for step 7 Brentham FC from the @MCFLFOOTBALL Our hosts won the game 3-2 but we were very satisfied with our performance. Brentham goslscorers were C. Duffy and J. Nail. Thanks to @Evra and @jordanrocca 👏👏👏 pic.twitter.com/Z0kZDRqM5e
— Brentham FC (@BrenthamFc1919) August 29, 2020
Evra won five Premier League titles during his spell at United and he earned 81 caps for the French national team, ending his playing career at West Ham.