The English attacking midfielder is second only to Kevin De Bruyne in terms of chances created in the league this season, with an impressive 82.
His 32 minutes only saw about 16 touches of the ball, but one was an assist, another was a goal, and a third was a shot on target.
The opening goal came courtesy of an attack down Elanga's side that presented United with a free-kick that Fernandes took short and blasted through the clumsy clutches of Martinez.
What an enthralling match that was.
This result put an end to a positive dynamic of 6 games without defeat 4 wins and 2 draws.
The 19-year-old was tasked with providing United with plenty of width down the left and gave Matty Cash a torrid time with his direct running and enthusiastic play.
Coutinho, oh my Trumedia With only 22 minutes played, Coutinho took 15 touches and was everywhere for Aston Villa.
A draw dishes out +240.