Shinji Kagawa produced one of the best performances of his Manchester United career on Wednesday night as Bayer Leverkusen were trounced 5-0 in the Champions League.
Being deployed 'in the hole' behind lone frontman Wayne Rooney, the midfielder's ability to find team-mates, open up space and keep this team's momentum up was key as the striker notched four assists and Ryan Giggs impressed to his left.
The Japan international, though, was likely only afforded the chance to shine in his preferred role due to the absence of the injured Robin van Persie - with the Dutchman usually leading the line and forcing Rooney further back.
So when Van Persie returns to the fold, does David Moyes need to fit all three into his starting line-up or should one of the two recognised strikers be sacrificed for Kagawa's involvement?
Would Kagawa be content with more time on the substitutes' bench after a standout display? Is it possible to fit all three into the same attack?
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