• Sir Alex Ferguson takes charge of his last game at the Theatre of Dreams when the title winners-elect face Swansea City.
  • Fans gather outside Old Trafford to thank Sir Alex but the message from the club looks to the future.
  • There is a buzz around the ground as 80,000 inside the Theatre of Dreams wait for one man to appear.
  • The stadium erupts and chants ring out around Old Trafford for a true football legend.
  • Sir Alex looks slightly uncomfortable with all the attention as he walks through the guard of honour.
  • After 26 and a half years, this looks like the last time Sir Alex Ferguson will step out as Manchester United manager.
  • The Old Trafford crowd create an impressive mosaic with a tribute to their 20 league titles...
  • ...of which an astonishing 13 have been won with Sir Alex in charge.
  • Moving upstairs, Ferguson will be watching Manchester United from a different perspective from now on.
  • Sir Alex stands on the pitch while a standing ovation at Old Trafford pays tribute to what he has achieved with the club.
  • Some very lucky punters get autographs on their merchandise, which will be worth a few bob after today.
  • The stadium is full of banners which pay thanks for the Scot's achievements. He has already been immortalised in the form of a statue outside the stadium
  • Trending: Sir Alex is likely to be unaware of the tributes flowing on social media.
  • This banner held by a young supporter says it all.
  • Down to business and another reason to celebrate as Manchester United take the lead in the first half thanks to Javier Hernandez.
  • Michu hadn't read the script though so it was left to a late winner from the unlikely Rio Ferdinand to top off the champions-elect last home game.
  • Once ''Fergie Time'' had been played, Sir Alex steps into the centre circle to address the Old Trafford faithful.
  • It's almost like a team talk as he asks the players never to let themselves or the club down.
  • He salutes the never say die attitude of Manchester United.
  • ''The boss'' calls on the supporters ''it's your job now'' to get behind the new manager and show the same belief in him.
  • A final thanks from the Ferguson family including his 11 grandchildren then Sir Alex heads inside out of the rain.

Fergie's farewell

Sir Alex Ferguson takes charge of his last game at the Theatre of Dreams when the title winners-elect face Swansea City.