It was a familiar story. United play badly, go behind and then come good with a stunning finish. We’ve seen it thousands of times before, not that you’d have guessed from the reaction. Here’s how Twitter reacted to the latest Lazarus act from Fergie’s team.
Gary Neville: Once a Red, always a not very impartial pundit:
— Gary Neville (@GNev2) November 10, 2012
The Guardian’s Jacob Steinberg has seen it all before:
Congratulations to those of you who said their winner would come in the 87th minute. There is no prize.
— Jacob Steinberg (@JacobSteinberg) November 10, 2012
New United recruit, Alex Buttner gets in on the act:
Manchester United pic.twitter.com/Kzgq66rZ
— Alexander Büttner (@A_Buttner28) November 10, 2012
Football and all round nice guy, Miguel Delaney gives us the stat attack:
Seventh time United have come back from two or more goals down since 1992-93, a Premier League record.
— Miguel Delaney (@MiguelDelaney) November 10, 2012
MUFC blogger, DoronSalomon sings Chicharito’s praises:
When I find myself in times of trouble, Chicharito comes to me, Javier Hernandez, Little Pea…
— Doron Salomon (@DoronSalomon) November 10, 2012
MUnitedGirl admires Fergie’s pearly whites:
— MUnitedGirl (@MUnitedGirl) November 10, 2012
The hero of the evening keeps his feet on the ground:
Man Utd striker Javier Hernandez: "The most important thing is the three points, not who scored the goals."
— Premier League (@premierleague) November 10, 2012