There is no right or wrong way to support your football club. It's a deeply personal journey for us all. Yet every club has certain characteristics to which those that love them can all relate. Manchester United is no different.
If every United fan was asked to pick a defining image, a single moment in time, one that summed up what the club meant to them, the images would fill volumes.
He's done it! It wasn't with his shin, it wasn't with his knee or some sort of deflection. Wayne Rooney left those to Juan Mata's own goal as he put away one of his best goals as a Manchester United player and his 250th overall as a wonderfully struck free kick saved his club's blushes as they stumbled to a 1-1 draw with Stoke City at the Bet365 Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs' hotel, Hotel Football, has paid tribute to Wayne Rooney this evening following his 250th goal for Manchester United. His 94th minute equaliser against Stoke sees him as the club's all-time top goalscorer.
Wayne Rooney broke Sir Bobby Charlton's as Manchester United's all-time top scorer with a 94th minute winner equaliser against Stoke.
Just over 12 years ago, Rooney scored his first United goal and after the game today claimed he never imagined this day would come.
It's a great honour.
In the 94th minute in Manchester United's away game against Stoke, Wayne Rooney became Manchester United's all-time top scorer. He has now scored 250 goals for United.
This is unbelievable from Mark Clattenburg.. How is this not a foul ? pic.twitter.com/ujjo329uFW
- Man Utd Videos ⚽️ (@ManUtdVines) January 21, 2017
With Manchester United 1-0 down, Marcus Rashford was set to charge in to the Stoke box to find himself one on one with the goalkeeper.
De Gea, Valencia, Jones, Smalling, Blind, Fellaini, Herrera, Mata, Pogba, Mkhitaryan, Ibrahimovic.
Subs: Romero, Darmian, Carrick, Schweinsteiger, Lingard, Rashford, Rooney.
Marcos Rojo has nailed down a place in Manchester United's starting team over the past few months but missed out on today's game against Stoke with illness. Chris Smalling replaced him on the pitch but that didn't keep Rojo away. He opted to sit with the away fans at the Britannia instead.
Last weekend, Manchester United scored a late equaliser against Liverpool after bringing on Marouane Fellaini for the final 15 minutes.
After the game, Jurgen Klopp gave several bitter interviews, criticising United for playing long balls and claiming it "wasn't football" once Fellaini was substituted on.
Andreas Pereira goal vs Espanyol pic.twitter.com/NghXVZY2O1 [@HerreraTekkers] #MUFC
- Manchester United (@ManUtdUpdates_) January 21, 2017
Andreas Pereira scored a freekick for Granada this afternoon. This was his second goal for the Spanish side who currently find themselves second from bottom in La Liga.
Antonio Valencia was Manchester United's player of the season in 2011-12 and was rewarded with the number 7 shirt. The following season wasn't a good one for him personally, even though United won the 20th league title, so he reverted back to number 25.
Louis van Gaal converted Valencia's position to right-back and it wasn't a totally smooth process, with his concentration and positioning letting him down at times.
After a fantastic breakthrough season at Manchester United in 2013-14, Adnan Januzaj has been on a downward spiral. He was loaned out to Borussia Dortmund last season but barely played and returned in January. He then made seven appearances for United and scored one goal in the second half of the season.
Antonio Valencia got rid of his agent five years ago as he had no intention of negotiating a deal to leave Manchester United or holding the club to ransom over higher wages.
In those five years, there have been times when the supporters wanted him to be sold, but his turnaround in form this season has been huge.
Ahead of Manchester United's game against Stoke this afternoon, Jose Mourinho has discussed the opposition. While they are playing better football under Mark Hughes than in years gone by, our manager has claimed there are some things about their style that haven't changed. Stoke are currently ninth in the table which is where they have finished in all three of Hughes' seasons at the club.
Scott writes for ESPN about our game against Stoke.
The Independent reports on Luke Shaw's situation at United.
The Evening News reports on David de Gea's future.
The Mirror shows Pogba's goodbye message for Memphis.
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