Ferguson oversees his last Old Trafford game

Manchester United rewarded long-time manager Sir Alex Ferguson with a 2-1 victory over Swansea in his last game as boss at Old Trafford.

Ferguson, 71, announced his retirement on 8 May, ending 26 years in charge.

He was greeted with applause and cheering as the crowd waved masses of red flags when he walked on to the pitch before kick-off.

His successor David Moyes oversaw Everton as they beat West Ham 2-0.

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