Liverpool Vs. Manchester United Live, 2011 Premier League: 'Chicharito' Javier Hernandez Scores Equalizer

Alex Ferguson will still catch some criticism for his defensive team selection to start the Northwest Derby, but one of his subs has his team in a position to get a point at Anfield for the first time in a long time. Manchester United are now level with Liverpool 1-1, thanks to an equalizer scored by substitute striker 'Chicharito' Javier Hernandez.

Hernandez replaced defensive midfielder Phil Jones in the 76th minute, as United trailed and needed to find a way back into the game. The young Mexican star failed to get involved in his first couple of minutes in the game, but not unlike a number of previous substitute appearances, his first touch of the ball was right in front of net.

On a set piece, the ball skidded through the box towards Danny Welbeck, who appeared to get a slight touch on the ball. Hernandez ran into the six yard box and found himself unmarked and in perfect position before nodding home a header, giving United an important equalizing goal.

For more on the two teams involved, check out Liverpool blog Anfield Asylum and Manchester United blog The Busby Babe. Check out all of the weekend's action in the Premiership in our English Premier League Week 8 StoryStream. For more on the entire world of football, head over to SB Nation Soccer.

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