Jose Mourinho’s men found themselves 1-0 down at halftime after Antonio Rudiger capitalised on some poor defending from a corner.
Martial though had other plans and almost singlehandedly dragged United back into the match after scoring a superb brace.
The comeback appeared to complete before Ross Barkley equalised at the death for the Blues, forcing the clubs to share the spoils.
At the time though, Herrera and the Red Devils’ bench burst with celebrations when Anthony grabbed his second of the game.
Manchester United supporters often relate to and even love Ander due to his passionate celebrations for the club.
It’s clear to see he has a genuine connection with the club and fans respond to that with even Mourinho praising him.
The Spaniard’s current contract runs out next summer though the Portuguese boss has insisted he hopes to hold onto him.
At the moment it’s clear to see Herrera isn’t a regular name in the starting XI but if he’s happy to be a rotational player then he’s more than useful for the squad as he’ll provide plenty of competition.