Ander Herrera produces brilliant celebration against Liverpool

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Is it really any surprise that Manchester United fans absolutely love Ander Herrera? The Spaniard, who has had an up and down time of it since arriving on English soil in the summer of 2014, has established himself as an important member of Louis van Gaal's team recently. 

In fact, Herrera started in front of compatriot Juan Mata for Sunday's crunch Premier League clash against Liverpool. 

The Red Devils may not have been at their best for the famous occasion, but they just about got over the line thanks to a late goal from captain Wayne Rooney. 


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Ultimately, Herrera had already been replaced and was sitting alongside his manager in the dugout as Rooney hammered the ball home. 

But that didn't stop Herrera producing a wild celebration on the touchline. The dynamic midfielder just couldn't contain his excitement as he flew past his manager. Unsurprisingly, then, United fans absolutely loved the player's passion at Anfield. 

Phil Jones, Marcos Rojo and Michael Carrick may well have been in the away end on Merseyside, but Herrera still managed to steal the show...

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Second time 

It has happened before, of course. Back in November, as the Red Devils secured a late winner against Watford, Herrera once again celebrated in style on the touchline. 

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