Aston Villa played Manchester United over the weekend, and the game ended with a score of 2.2 at full time.
Manchester United had a two-goal advantage in the first half and a two-goal lead in the second half until the 76th minute.
Jacob Ramsey scored a stunning goal in the 77th minute, followed by Coutinho's goal in the 82nd minute.
Coutinho was named man of the match after scoring his first goal of the season and Aston Villa's second goal against Manchester United.
Lucas Digne was the first player to receive a yellow card after a bad tackle in the 27th minute. Only Nemeja Matic and Bruno Fernandes received yellow cards in the 31st and 46th minutes, respectively.
Many supporters on Twitter criticised Bruno Fernandes for failing to tackle Jacob Ramsey in the 82nd minute after Manchester United drew with Aston Villa yesterday.
Some Manchester United fans have blamed Bruno Fernandes, as shown below.
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