Wayne Rooney praised Manchester United's substitutes after his hat-trick helped Manchester United come from 2-0 down to beat West Ham 4-2.
United appeared certain to open the door for Arsenal and Chelsea when their defence went into meltdown to gift the Hammers two penalties which Mark Noble despatched with aplomb.
But the leaders were rewarded for going for broke in the second half, Rooney starting the fightback with just 25 minutes remaining and completing his 14-minute treble from the spot
before substitute Javier Hernandez sealed the points.
"(Dimitar) Berbatov was fantastic for us holding up the ball and making things happen," Rooney told Sky Sports 2.
"The substitutions were good substitutions and they won us the game."