After 26 years at the helm, Alex Ferguson lead Manchester United to a 2-1 victory over Swansea in his final game at home.
It was an emotional day for Ferguson but yet he took time out to sign autographs for his adoring fans prior to the match.
A crowd of 75,572 paid tribute to the man who has lead Manchester United for 26 years and won 38 trophies while in charge.
Ferguson had been given a guard of honour by players from United and Swansea as he made his way onto the pitch before the game.
Ferguson sat in the famous Manchester United dugout for one final time and watched his side score a customary late winner.
"My retirement doesn't mean the end of my life with the club. I'll be able to enjoy watching them, rather than suffer with them," Ferguson said in his farewell speech.
Ferguson was presented with the Premier League trophy, which United secured for an unprecedented 20th time three weeks ago, as the 13th title party of his Old Trafford tenure got underway.
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