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Chicharito Saves Manchester United Again

Manchester United's Javier Hernandez, right, scores his team's second goal past Southampton's goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski during their fourth round English FA Cup soccer match against Southampton  at the St Mary's stadium, Southampton, England, Saturday Jan. 29, 2011. (AP Photo/PA, Chris Ison)  UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE NO INTERNET/MOBILE USAGE WITHOUT FAPL LICENCE - SEE IPTC SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FIELD FOR DETAILS

Manchester United's Javier Hernandez, right, scores his team's second goal past Southampton's goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski during their fourth round English FA Cup soccer match against Southampton at the St Mary's stadium, Southampton, England, Saturday Jan. 29, 2011. (AP Photo/PA, Chris Ison) UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE NO INTERNET/MOBILE USAGE WITHOUT FAPL LICENCE - SEE IPTC SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FIELD FOR DETAILS

He did it again.

Javier Hernández "Chicharito" scored the deciding goal in the 76th minute on a pass from Ryan Giggs as Manchester United was able to squeeze out a 2-1 win against Southampton on Saturday, despite a lackluster first half.

The Mexican star, who helped get his team past the fourth round of the FA Cup, is making a habit out of scoring dramatic goals for Manchester United.

This time Hernández was falling as he received the pass but he was able to shoot it past the keeper and right inside the post.

'The Invincibles' as United is called, didn't look the part as they trailed 1-0 at halftime at St. Mary's Stadium. But the 11-time winners and Premier League leaders got goals from strikers Michael Owen and Hernández in the space of 10 minutes after the break.

"They played well and it's always tough in these matches in the FA Cup in the first half," Owen said. "But inevitably they tire and it's often the way that the better teams come good in the final 30 minutes."

Next up for Chicharito and Manchester United: Non-Premier League team Crawley, in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

The small southeast club at the top of England's fifth tier is the first non-league side in 17 years to make the round of 16. Crawley will travel to Old Trafford to play United.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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