Two former Celtic loan stars turned out at the City of Manchester Stadium last night for Vincent Kompany's testimonial.

The legendary Belgian is now player-manager at Anderlecht but was honoured by Manchester City, where he spent 11 years of his career.

Despite it being his own tribute match, Kompany played no part due to an injury.

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But ex-Celts Robbie Keane and Craig Bellamy both did - with the former even rolling back the years and getting himself on the score sheet.

Bulgarian hero Martin Petrov gave City the lead before Robbie Keane levelled for the Premier League all-star side.

Ex-Manchester United and Arsenal hit man Robin Van Persie then grabbed the lead for the 'visitors' before Benjani netted a header to tie the scores.

Former Celtic youth player Shay Given also played a part.

And ex-Rangers talisman Mikel Arteta - current assistant boss at City - played.

Cash raised from Kompany's friendly match will go towards Tackle4MCR - a charity the defender created to help homelessness in Manchester.