Bruno Fernandes was again influential for Manchester United when we played against West Ham on Saturday evening.
The Portuguese, who was recently voted the player of the month for November, came on as a substitute for United, as we trailed the hosts 1-0.
However, as he came on, his impact was felt, as United attempted more shots, and found more opportunities at goal than they did.
In the process, United won the game 3-1, to mark their ninth consecutive away win, but Fernandes also broke a 12 year record.
The midfielder created 8 chances in just 45 minutes, which is the most any player has managed for the whole of the season in the Premier League.
Also, the feat is the most any player has done in the division since Jason Koumas against Sunderland in 2008.