Boot Watch Special - Man Utd vs Barcelona Legends - van Nistelrooy, Davids, Park Ji-Sung & Co - What Are They Wearing Now?

Legends from Manchester United and FC Barcelona 's recent past were on show at Old Trafford in the second leg of their charity clash, which was won with 5-3 on aggregate by Manchester United's legends. We take a look at the football bots worn by players such as Edgar Davids, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Luis García, Belletti, Dwight Yorke, Park Ji-sung and van der Sar in the match.

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Ruud van Nistelrooy - Nike Magista Obra II 'Lock In Let Loose'


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Ruud van Nistelrooy, who mostly laced up in Nike Tiempo football boots during his career, quite surprisingly opted for the high-cut Nike Magista Obra II 'Lock In Let Loose' football boots for the charity match.

Edgar Davids - Nike Hypervenom Phinish Neymar x Jordan


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Edgar Davids had been using the Nike Hypervenom Phinish NJR x Jordan football boots for several matches, and he also laced up in the second edition of Jordan's and Neymar's boot collection in Saturday's charity game.

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Luis García - New Balance Visaro 2.0


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Former Liverpool, Barcelona & Atlético Madrid left winger Luis García, who regularly also plays for Liverpool's Legends team, laced up in the New Balance Visaro 2.0 soccer boots

Patrick Kluivert - Nike Mercurial Vapor XI


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Patrick Kluivert, whose nine-year old son already signed a boot deal with Nike, wore the black Nike Mercurial Vapor 11 football boots from the Dark Lightning pack.

Sanchez Jara - Nike Magista Opus II


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Sanchez Jara, who wore Reebok and Kelme boots during his career, took on the pitch wearing Nike Magista Opus II boots.

Park Ji-sung - Nike Tiempo Legend VII


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Park Ji-Sung laced up in the Nike Tiempo Legend 7 launch boot colorway.

Dwight Yorke - Adidas X 16.1


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Dwight Yorke opted for the red, black and white Adidas X 16.1 football boots from the Red Limit pack.

Simao - Adidas Ace 15.1


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Simão laced up in the first generation of the Adidas Ace 15.1 football shoes.

Jesper Blomqvist - Nike Tiempo Derby Pack


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Jesper Blomqvist, who made 25 matches for Manchester United between 1998 and 2001, provided one of the best boot spots as he laced up in the stylish black, white and red Nike Tiempo Derby Pack edition.

Edwin van der Sar - Adidas Kaiser 5


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Legendary Dutch goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar laced up in the classic Adidas Kaiser 5 football boots.

Juliano Belletti - Mizuno Morelia II Made in Japan


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Juliano Belletti was one of the few players not lacing up in Adidas / Nike football boots as he gave the classy Kangaroo leather Mizuno Morelia II Made in Japan a much-deserved on-pitch appearance.

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Which boot choice are you most surprised of? Share your thoughts in the comments below.