17:45 The manager has just spoke to us press and, understandably, he was pleased to clinch such a dramatic victory. “I thought in the end we did have to go for it. I thought we did a lot of good things but an awful lot of really poor things, which obviously put us in the situation that we were in. Some of the play was very good but it wasn’t leading to any goals. Then, we got ourselves back into the game just before half-time, only to concede from a poor free-kick. That put us on a downer at half-time. But, I said to the players, ‘look, your job is to go and win the game, you are well capable of doing it’ and in the end, we needed all of the substitutes to help us and they made a difference."
17:00 I'm about to head down to the press conference room, where David Moyes will address the media in the next half an hour or so. I'll post his post-match comments in this blog as soon as I possibly can, but before then, why not read Steve Bartram's match report?
16:55 Well, quite simply, that match was representative of why we all love Manchester United. It was disappointing, frustrating and amazing all at the same time.The Reds did brilliantly to come from behind and that comeback will live long in the memory for everyone involved.
95: That's it! The referee has called time on today's match and United have clinched a memorable comeback win thanks to goals from Van Persie, Rooney and Chicharito.
94: Valencia enters the book for time wasting as the clocks ticks on at the Theatre of Dreams.
90: There will be five minutes of added time at Old Trafford. Can the Reds hold on and seal a remarkable win?
88: You might have noticed that I've mentioned the name Januzaj a lot since his introduction. Well,