The pair were team-mates at Crystal Palace.
Meanwhile Palace are not playing badly themselves, as they look to push into the European places this year after a term of promise.
In the end the game ended 0-0 with little to discuss accept a hard fought point for both teams in the Premier League.
Although for the Palace players it was also a good chance to see one of their old pals.
Glenn Murray was told he was no longer needed at Palace in the summer and was then sold on to Bournemouth - so he got the chance to meet his former employers yesterday.
After the game one of Palace's in form stars sent this tweet to the striker.
Wayne Hennessey has been in great form for Palace and Wales this season and has established himself as the number one stopper at Selhurst Park.
He sent out this message on Twitter after the game:
The keeper will likely just be pleased that his old mate didn't get one past him.