Hernandez has makings of a United legend - Neville
Wayne Rooney's desire to leave the club last week but the £7million they spent on the Guadalajara striker nicknamed `Chicharito' is beginning to look like very good business. Sir Alex Ferguson's side rarely looked at their best at the Britannia Stadium and were indebted to the 22-year-old Mexican's eye for goal. He opened the scoring with a cute back header and then found himself in the right place to steer home Patrice Evra's cross-shot minutes after Tuncay had hit a superb equaliser for the Potters. Neville said: "He's [Hernandez] a good person. He works very hard, incredibly hard. He's got all the attributes. He'll score lots and lots of goals for Man United. When Tuncay scored that goal I thought `Here we go again we're going to draw another game'. "It would have been, not a disaster for us, but a real body blow for us. I think in the first half we could have had two or three goals and been further in front. But when Chichi scored that second everyone was massively relieved. It's a great three points for us and can hopefully kickstart our away season."