Tickets for Sir Alex Ferguson's final game at Old Trafford last weekend traded hands for exorbitant fees between fans desperate to catch a glimpse of the Manchester United manager before the end of his illustrious career.
Fans, however, were not the only ones keen for a memento on Ferguson's final day at the Theatre of Dreams, with the club's players also scrambling for keepsakes of their own following the presentation of the Premier League trophy.
Javier Hernandez was captured on camera hurtling towards Ferguson, trophy in hand, shouting 'boss!' in the hope of having a snap alongside the man who landed an incredible 13 titles with Manchester United.
Ferguson, of course, was only too happy to oblige for the Mexican striker, who was then followed by Rio Ferdinand as the Manchester United centre-back elbowed in to have a pic taken with his manager.
Patrice Evra then sensed his chance to join the procession - even telling teammates to get out of the picture - which led to a queue being formed of players wanting to have a photo taken with the 71-year-old.
Watch the video below (courtesy of 101greatgoals)...
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