Live coverage of the Champions League match between Manchester United and Copenhagen.

The death of Bill Kenwright, chairman of Everton.

Andy Burnham lays a wreath.

Manchester United, the team that has won the European Cup. The tales, the myths, the successes and the sorrows are all connected, so it is appropriate that the first game at Old Trafford following the passing of the great man is in the tournament he led the club to victory in at Wembley in 1968, that defined him, and that held the most significance for him. The club allowed fans to arrive early at 6pm this evening to pay tribute. It will be a night filled with emotions.

There will also be a soccer game taking place. Erik ten Hag’s team is facing difficulties in Group A, after suffering defeats in their first two matches against Bayern Munich and Galatasaray. A loss tonight would greatly jeopardize their chances of advancing to the next round. Manchester United is in urgent need of earning three points in this game, and they would also like to do it in honor of Sir Bobby. The game will start at 8pm BST.