Sir Alex Ferguson was given an incredible end to his glittering managerial career as Manchester United conceded three goals in the last 10 minutes to draw 5-5 with West Brom.Lukaku was playing the final game of his loan spell from Chelsea and the Belgium international was slightly disappointed West Brom failed to go on and win the game. He said: "It's a great feeling, but we wanted six. I'm happy and sad. I got the first hat-trick in my professional career, but then we focused again to try to get a sixth goal to end the season with a win. "We came back after 5-2 against the champions, so that's a good result." Michael Carrick has conceded it was a 'funny time' in the United dressing room after Ferguson's final match as manager "I want to thank him for everything he's done, he's done much more than us," Carrick told Sky Sports. "It was a funny time in the dressing room because of the situation. "It is starting to sink in and we've had a couple of weeks to digest the news. "We're ready to move on. We've had a busy couple of weeks and there is a new challenge ahead for all of us to look forward to."