Sir Alex Ferguson's Old Trafford farewell in pictures

Home fans at Old Trafford are given red flags to celebrate Manchester United's 20th league title. Swansea fans are also given white flags to mark their League Cup success.
Players and officials from both United and Swansea form a guard of honour for Ferguson as he emerges from the tunnel
Ferguson salutes the crowd before taking his place on the bench for his final match in charge at Old Trafford
Ferguson is greeted by United supporters before kick-off
Javier Hernandez opens the scoring just before the interval at Old Trafford
Ferguson and his staff celebrate seeing Hernandez put United in front.
Michu equalises in an attempt to spoil the party at Old Trafford
Retiring Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes, 38, leaves the field for the final time at Old Trafford.
Ferguson is as animated as ever as he manages Manchester United at Old Trafford for the final time.
Rio Ferdinand thumps in his first goal in five years to ensure Ferguson sees his team win his final home game in charge.
Ferdinand celebrates his first Manchester United goal since January 2008.
Ferguson and his players applaud the fans as the United manager prepares to address the Old Trafford supporters.
Sir Alex Ferguson addresses the fans at Old Trafford after seeing Manchester United beat Swansea 2-1.
Ferguson tells the fans: "I would like to remind you this club stood by me and the players in bad times. Your job now is to stand by our new manager."
United's players prepare to lift the Premier League trophy after a 2-1 win over Swansea.
After revealing Wayne Rooney has put in a transfer request, Ferguson says: “We have refused it. He should go away and think it over."
Ferguson lifts the Premier League trophy - the 13th of his Manchester United tenure.
Ferguson celebrates lifting the trophy with his players.
Wayne Rooney was left out of the Manchester United squad and Sir Alex Ferguson confirms the striker has put in a transfer request.
Ferguson lifts his 38th and final trophy after 26 years in charge at Old Trafford.
David Moyes also has an emotional afternoon as he manages Everton, who beat West Ham 2-0, at Goodison Park for the final time.
Moyes enjoys a lap of honour at Goodison Park. The Scot, 50, takes charge at Old Trafford on 1 July.
Ferguson wipes his face after collecting his 13th league winners medal with Manchester United.
The legendary 71-year-old Scotsman celebrates his special day with his 11 grandchildren