The South Stand and Munich Tunnel ahead of the 8pm kick off at Old Trafford.
Injured Chris Smalling arrives at Old Trafford, signing autographs for fans.
The England international was wearing a brace on his right leg as he recovers from a long-term injury which he picked up on international duty.
Manchester United welcomed back both Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ander Herrera from suspension. But Paul Pogba was only fit enough for the bench on his return from injury.
Marcus Rashford (above) started on the left, with Jesse Lingard on the right and Ibrahimovic up front. Daley Blind came in at left back, with Ashley Young moving to right back as Antonio Valencia was rested.
Everton scored first when Phil Jagielka poked home after Ashley Williams’ flick on from a corner.
United then hit the bar twice, first from Herrera who was following up Daley Blind’s brilliant free kick, which was well saved by Joel Robles and then from half-time sub, Paul Pogba who headed against the bar. The world’s most expensive player has now hit the woodwork 9 times this season in all competitions. A figure matched by only Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne.
Zlatan had a goal wrongly disallowed for offside when he headed in past Robles at the back post with 20 minutes to go.
United now travel to Sunderland on Sunday (1.30pm BST), before heading to Brussels, Belgium to face Anderlecht in the Europa League Quarter Final 1st leg.