Photos: Sir Alex Ferguson reacts to Jose Mourinho’s first Man United game at Old Trafford

Sir Alex Ferguson was in the stands to watch Manchester United take on Everton in Wayne Rooney's testimonial game

Sir Alex Ferguson looked to be enjoying himself as he attended Manchester United’s goalless draw with Everton in Wednesday night’s Wayne Rooney testimonial game at Old Trafford.

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The former Red Devils boss was joined by David Moyes and Sam Allardyce in the stands as Jose Mourinho oversaw his first game at Old Trafford as Manchester United manager.

United will now turn their attentions towards this Sunday’s Community Shield clash against Leicester City at Wembley as Mourinho looks to win his first trophy as Manchester United boss.

The Red Devils appointed Mourinho on a three-year contract back in May after the sacking of Louis van Gaal just days after the club’s FA Cup final win.

Here are some of the best pictures of Sir Alex in the stands during Wednesday’s game at Old Trafford.

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