Ryan Giggs has helped to bail out Manchester United once again, his cross coming from the outside of the area. It was super substitute Javier Hernandez, however, who will take credit for the equalizer against Chelsea. Chicharito, with plenty of space, rose above the ailing Blues defense to head the ball past Petr Cech, who was still regretting pushing Wayne Rooney's shot into Giggs's path.
The comeback from United was admirable, although the second penalty, quite a soft one, will be a point of contention in post-match analysis. However, the point remains: Chelsea panic, Chelsea fall apart at the back. Whether it's conceding penalties or allowing space for strikers, their defense needs shoring up. Jose Bosingwa is not the answer at fullback, and it's appearing as though January buy Gary Cahill isn't going to be a miracle worker, either.
But for neutrals, this second half, with five goals between the two sides, has certainly been a thriller.