The Mexican latched onto Patrice Evra’s cross to head the Reds to victory at Old Trafford, where goals from Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney also contributed to a fine comeback against the Potters, who led twice through Peter Crouch and Marko Arnautovic.
Such a result has boosted confidence at Old Trafford and Chicharito is now determined to harness that energy ahead of Tuesday’s Capital One Cup clash with Norwich City.
“I enjoyed it a lot because I helped the team and we got the three points because now we have won two games at home and that was the main goal that we had,” Chicha told MUTV.
“We have another game against Norwich here at Old Trafford, we want to get through in the Capital One Cup and keep winning. We want to win and win and win. Hopefully, we can do that.”
Of course, since joining United in the summer of 2010, Chicharito has become known as something of a super sub, a reputation that has been enhanced by Saturday’s later winner against Stoke.
When asked for the secret to impressing off the bench, the Reds’ goal hero was typically professional: “A lot of people say it is luck, other people say it is through