You cannot blame Aston Villa for feeling hard done by in the wake of their 3-2 home defeat to Manchester United. Paul Lambert's side had been the better side by a shade for much of the game and were deservedly up two goals after 60 minutes.
But the Red Devils' furious comeback in the final third could not have been achieved without super-sub Javier Hernandez, who scored a sensational (if slightly dubious) hat-trick to turn a potential slip-up into yet another clinical win.
United will retain their position at the summit of the Premier League table over the weekend and are now surely favourites to win England's prestigious trophy.
Here are six things we learned from Saturday's remarkable clash.