On Tuesday alumni of Manchester United, Celtic and the Republic of Ireland gathered at Pairc Ui Chaoimh in Cork, Ireland, to play a tribute match in memory of former Ireland international Liam Miller, who passed away from cancer in February at the age of 36.
A capacity crowd of 45,000, including Ireland president Michael D. Higgins, filled the ground to honour Miller and raise money for Miller's family and various other charities. Miller's professional career spanned 16 years, with stops at Celtic, Man United and a stint in the Australian A-League along the way.
Miller played for Perth Glory, Brisbane Roar and Melbourne City in a three-year A-League spell and also represented his country 21 times.
Manchester United legends, led by Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes, won the tribute match against a combined Republic of Ireland and Celtic legends side on penalties, in what former Man United and Ireland captain Roy Keane called a "fine tribute to Liam and his family."
A beautiful send off for a man who was so adored by so many and passed away far too young. Liam Miller, gone but not forgotten.