Manchester United Vs Swansea City Highlights:This was guaranteed to be an emotional afternoon as Sir Alex Ferguson prepares to takes charge of his last ever game at Old Trafford.
Though this encounter, with the Premier League title long since wrapped up, means little in terms of the league, it will undoubtedly hold significant sentimental value as Sir Alex bids the Red Devils support adieu after a 27 year in charge of the club and all the success it came along with.
Swansea will be looking to spoil the party but today will be all about farewells as, with yesterday's announcement regarding Paul Scholes' impending retirement still fresh in the mind, Manchester United say goodbye to two legends of the club.
Wayne Rooney was not inserted into the starting XI of Sir. Alex Ferguson this left the Mexican Javier Hernandez with a chance to show what he is made of and in fact he did make a statement by scoring the only goal in the 1rst half.
Van Persie launched a free-kick which took a deflection off of Williams and into the path where Hernandez was located as the young striker rushed to the ball before everyone else and sliced it home.
It was a goal that Manchester United deserved due to their domination in the pitch during the 1rst half although Swansea came right back in the game some moments later.
Nathan Dyer located Michu inside the box of United at the 49th minute and the Spanish forward received a cross from his teammate until slipping it into the net of De Gea.
Rio Ferdinand netted a late goal that edged out the victory for Manchester United in a match that in terms of Premier League was not important but it was a monumental time for Sir. Alex Ferguson and Paul Scholes.
The most successful manager of all time was saying his farewell to his fans in his last match at Old Trafford.