Sir Alex Ferguson made a bank holiday return to Glasgow on Monday to take in Rangers Legends' defeat of Manchester United at Ibrox.
Ferguson's good friend and one-time assistant at United Walter Smith managed Rangers' 4-1 win, with the Gers' current coach Ally McCoist scoring twice.
Cult figure Jorg Albertz drilled in a brilliant long-range effort while Alex Rae also got on the scoresheet for the home side after Ronny Johnsen had opened the scoring for United.
Bryan Robson managed United's XI, which also featured former Rangers defender Henning Berg and ex-Celtic striker Dion Dublin.
Dublin was predictably booed by the home fans, but took the stick with good grace.
There was also the surreal sight of Peter Beardsley in a United shirt. The Liverpool and Newcastle legend played one game for United in the League Cup against Bournemouth in 1982.
Money raised from the match and also a gala dinner that evening will be donated to the Rangers Charity Foundation and UNICEF.