Sir Alex Ferguson, Denis Law and Class of 92 watch Salford City

Manchester United legends were in abundance at the Peninsula Stadium on New Year's Day as Salford beat Wrexham in the National League.
Class of 92 and club owners Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville and Nicky Butt were all in attendance as Salford ended a run of four straight defeats.
But they were also accompanied in the stands by former manager Sir Alex Ferguson and club legend Denis Law.
Salford co-owners Ryan Giggs (left) and Nicky Butt (2nd left) sat not far from the Scottish pair
Ferguson appeared in good spirits as he continues his recovery from a brain haemorrhage suffered in May last year.
He was pictured eating cake in the stands and was seen in animated conversation with Giggs, pointing at the Wales manager a few seats away.
The Scot turned 77 on New Year's Eve and joined his Class of 92 legends for lunch at The Ivy in Manchester in December.
Their presence on Tuesday appeared to have the desired effect as Salford roused themselves to return to winning ways.
The 77-year-old was seen in animated conversation with Wales manager Giggs
Wrexham fan Robbie Savage (top left) sat alongside Salford co-owner Gary Neville
Sir Alex shares a joke while taking in Salford's 2-0 win over Wrexham
On Boxing Day they were thumped 5-1 at the Racecourse Ground by Wrexham, but goals from Matt Green and Rory Gaffney proved enough this time around. 
Sky Sports pundit Neville took in the game alongside Robbie Savage, a member of the famous Class of 92 at Manchester United, and will have enjoyed getting one over the Wrexham fan.
Victory over their promotion rivals puts them third in the table, one point behind Wrexham and five adrift of leaders Leyton Orient.