Manchester United's Javier Hernandez's now infamous weekend winner at Stamford Bridge may have been scored from an offside position, but that minor detail shouldn't take away from what was undoubtedly an inspired cameo.
For the second straight game, the Mexican livewire struck in the 75th minute to clinch a crucial 3-2 victory for his side. His influence on the Red Devils' already eventful season is growing by the game.
But swelling rumours of a January transfer abroad have somewhat overshadowed Hernandez's heroics, with Atletico Madrid reportedly lining him up to replace their talismanic hitman, Radamel Falcao (via The Guardian).
Here are five reasons why selling the Little Pea would be a terrible move on Sir Alex Ferguson's part.