Wayne Rooney visits Old Trafford to watch old pal Ole Gunnar Solskjaer take charge of his first game at Old Trafford against Huddersfield
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will lead Manchester United at Old Trafford for first time
- Former team-mate Wayne Rooney made the trip to Salford to watch his old team
- Solskjaer guided Man United to convincing 5-1 win at Cardiff in his first match
Solskjaer won his maiden match 6-1 away to Cardiff City after taking over from Jose Mourinho.
He now welcomes Huddersfield to the Theatre of Dreams as he looks to guide his club up the table from sixth and close the seven-point gap to the top four.
Wayne Rooney makes his way into Old Trafford ahead of their match against Huddersfield
The striker played 559 games and scored 253 goals for Man United between 2004 and 2017
Rooney, who is Manchester United’s all-time leading goalscorer, left the club for boyhood side Everton in 2017 before joining DC United of MLS this summer.
The pair played 29 games together for Manchester United between Rooney arriving in 2004 and Solskjaer retiring in 2007.
In that time they were both part of the squad that won the Premier League under Sir Alex Ferguson in 2007.
During his 11-year Manchester United playing career, Solskjaer made 366 appearances and scored 126 goals.
By comparison, Rooney racked up 559 games and 253 goals over 13 seasons at the club.
Rooney and Solskjaer spent three seasons together at Old Trafford, playing together 29 times