OLD Firm legends put their rivalries aside to take part in a charity football match in memory of a tragic Glasgow schoolboy.

Football favourites including Frank McAvennie and Ally McCoist went head to head in a game organised by the family of five-year-old Lennon Toland, who was tragically killed in September last year.

Scottish football stars including Jackie McNamara, Marvin Andrews and Charlie Miller came together on the pitch at Toryglen Regional Centre to raise money for the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity.

The game finished 4-2 to Celtic despite Rangers taking an early lead.

Tickets were priced at £10, with all proceeds going to charity.

The event was part of a 12-month long fundraising challenge set-up by his friends and family.

So far Lennon Toland’s Legacy have raised nearly £1,000 through a 24-hour cycle and a 12k run.

Tragic Lennon was killed on his way home from school after being struck by a van trying to gain access to an unauthorised carpark in Tollcross.

Organiser, Ross Clift, said: "I would like to thank everyone that made this possible and raising a lot of money for the Children's hospital charity.

"The match was such a surreal experience for all Lennon's family and friends playing alongside legends we have looked up to since we were kids.

"I hope this event has brought more attention to the challenges and raise a lot more money throughout the year for the children's hospital charity.