Yep, that's five goals now. Surprise! Nigel Reo-Coker's crossbar-rattling cross wasn't the sign of a Bolton Wanderers renaissance at all, and Manchester United have added another. Wayne Rooney is the man to get it this time, marking a hattrick, and unlike his previous two this shot was hit from decent range as a cutback outside the area was absolutely blasted into Jussi Jaiskelainen's net. That's not to say it was a difficult chance - it wasn't, and it was incredibly obvious he was going to score before the pass got anywhere near him - but it was harder than a tap-in, so well done there.
Rooney's been trying to get Javier Hernandez on the scoresheet again too, which would mark the Meixcan's hattrick, but nothing he's done since the goal has quite come off, although he came very close with a fizzing cross from the left that just evaded Chicharito's outstretched boot. Meanwhile, Patrice Evra has picked up an injury, but with all three United subs used he'll be staying on the pitch and struggling through it. He's walking pretty gingerly, though.