Manchester United legends donned the club's shirts once again in a charity match in Germany.
Manchester United hero Paul Scholes was one of a number of former stars to represent the club during a legends encounter in Munich.
The Red Devils took on their Bayern counterparts at the Allianz Arena, earning a 3-3 draw.
Scholes lined up against a midfielder once his senior at the club, former star Bryan Robson, who has recovered from being diagnosed with throat cancer.
United started two stars of their 1999 Champions League run up front, Andy Cole and Dwight Yorke, and the former netted twice.
Scholes scored United's other goal, with Paul Sergio, Zicker, and Elber on the scoresheet for Bayern.
All proceeds from Saturday's match went to the Allianz foundation for children.
It was the second match Scholes, Phil Neville, and Quinton Fortune had played in a week, the trio part of a losing side as they were defeated in a fundraising match against non-league Salford City.
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