Wayne Rooney struck as Manchester United rescued a draw against Stoke
1) Wayne Rooney is a Manchester United legend
Wayne Rooney was thrown on as Manchester United attempted to claim an equaliser.
And he rose to the occasion majestically to score a last-gasp equaliser and break Sir Bobby Charlton's goalscoring record in the process.
Wayne Rooney's free-kick was stunning
2) Zlatan Ibrahimovic can't cut it on a cold day at Stoke
If you can cut it on a cold, windy afternoon at Stoke then you're well and truly world class.
But Zlatan Ibrahimovic couldn't – meaning he's definitely no Cristiano Ronaldo.
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3) Michael Carrick is the key
United are remarkable when Michael Carrick is in the team – and awful without him.
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Their reliance on the 35-year-old was magnified with his replacement, Marouane Fellaini, unable to have the same magical effect.
4) Mind over Mata
Juan Mata's own-goal nearly gave Stoke all three points.
The Spain international lost Erik Pieters for the goal and his inability to defend will no doubt infuriate Jose Mourinho.
Stoke players celebrate Juan Mata's early own-goal
5) Peter Crouch is a giant of the game
He really is.
Peter Crouch may be 35 but his impact in the air is unquestionable. His height made Mata's own-goal possible.