Liverpool and Manchester United Legends faced each other at Anfield and there were several of the players from up the M62 who received a welcome you would expect – especially Roy Keane.
The former Old Trafford captain was brought onto the pitch as a second-half substitution and his reception was suitably hostile.
It’s all rather tongue-in-cheek of course, as everyone realises that all the players are there to raise money for charity.
Two rival clubs coming together for a good cause shows that there can be unity in the most bitter of rivalries.
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Fair play to the Irishman for turning up and he looked to take it rather well.
You can watch the video of Kean at Anfield via @TheRedmenTV on Twitter:
Roy Keane not exactly popular at Anfield! pic.twitter.com/RPneugJshH
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