Chicharito copies a famous Mexican goal from the 2002 World Cup.
Wayne Rooney may be reportedly wondering about Manchester United's new signings but Javier Hernandez is quickly becoming a great asset to Sir Alex Ferguson's side.
The "Little Pea" added to his burgeoning reputation with another goal today at Stoke following recent strikes against Valencia and West Bromwich Albion.
Just before the half-hour at the Britannia Stadium, Hernandez latched on to a Vidic header back across goal and somehow managed to twist his body and send the ball past Sorensen for Manchester United's opener with the back of his head.
It may take a number of replays to truly realise just what an excellent finish Hernandez produced but the direction of the header means it will be remembered for some time to come.
Of course, it draws comparisons with another famous headed goal by a famous Mexican striker. Jared Borgetti claimed an incredible equaliser with an amazing header which has gone down as a famous all-time World Cup goal.
For comparison with Hernandez, Borgetti's crazy header to secure a 1-1 draw with Italy is here: