The 22-year-old striker, who will join United should a work permit be granted this week, leapt well at the back post to power a downward header into the net with 74 minutes played. By then, however, Arsenal forward Robin van Persie had already scored twice for the Oranje to seal a deserved victory.
Patrice Evra and Corry Evans also tasted international football on Wednesday. Evra played 90 minutes as France came from behind to beat Costa Rica 2-1 in Lens, while Evans made his third appearance for Northern Ireland in their 2-0 defeat at home to Turkey.
Next in action: United and England youngsters Sam Johnstone, William Keane and Tom Thorpe meet Paul Pogba’s France side in the semi-finals of the UEFA Under-17 European championships on Thursday.