(CNN)The 12 boys from the young Thai football team who were rescued after being trapped in a flooded cave network in northern Thailand have met players of Manchester United as well as the club’s manager Jose Mourinho. Follow @cnnsport Aged between 11 and 16, the Wild Boars team spent Saturday at United’s training ground and then paid a visit to the Manchester club’s Old Trafford stadium for a tour before watching Mourinho’s team beat Everton 2-1 in an English Premier League match on Sunday. A special day for the Wild Boars Football Team. ✨ #MUFC pic.twitter.com/n8E05VYEnb— Manchester United (@ManUtd) October 27, 2018 The Thai team was pictured receiving applause from supporters at Old Trafford ahead of the Everton game. Before the match started a minute’s silence was observed in memory of Remembrance Sunday and also the crash of Leicester City’s Thai billionaire owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha’s helicopter. Leicester fans are waiting to find out if the club’s owner was on board his helicopter that burst into flames after crashing in a parking lot next to the club’s King Power Stadium in Leicester on Saturday. Read More Nine-day ordeal Earlier this month the Wild Boars played a friendly match at Argentina’s Monumental… Read full this story
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