3 Quickfire strikes from Jonathan Kodjia and Jack Grealish put Villa ahead after Lukas Jutkiewicz opened the scoring for Blues.Che Adams hit the post with the visitors leading 1-0 before Villa’s turnaround and Tammy Abraham’s penalty made it 3-1 after the restart.Kristian Pedersen pulled a goal back but Birmingham remain without a win at Villa Park since 2004.Picking up a loose ball in midfield, the Scot drove forward at the petrified Blues defence, before cutting inside and sending a left-footed shot past the hapless Lee Camp in front of the Holte End. Hutton was not about to be stopped on his marauding run The World Cup-winning captain may want to change his Wikipedia page The Brazilian also represented Roma in his distinguished career and was nicknamed ‘Pendolino’ in Serie A in reference to the Italian express trains for his energetic performances down the right-hand side.The emphatic derby win moves the Villans up to eighth in the table, four points off the all-important Play-Off places.Meanwhile, Garry Monk’s side remain in twelfth thanks to Hutton’s stunning strike. 3 3 GOOOOALLL!!!ALAN HUTTON TAKES ON FIVE BIRMINGHAM PLAYERS TO SCORE AMAZING SOLO GOAL IN FRONT OF THE HOLTE END. THIS IS NOT A DRILL. 🔥#PartOfThePride pic.twitter.com/qiCc2zkT83— Aston Villa FC (@AVFCOfficial) November 25, 2018World Cup winner Cafu was renowned for his equally adventurous style of play from right-back and it seems as though Villa fans were quick to let the world know who they thought was the better of the two.Fans quickly changed the former AC Milan defender’s Wikipedia page to read: “Marcos Evangelista de Morais, known as Cafu or the Brazilian Alan Hutton.” Cafu might not have been aware who Alan Hutton was before this weekend, but the Brazil legend will certainly know who is he is now!The Scot scored one of the goals of the season for Aston Villa to help down local rivals Birmingham City as they claimed a precious 4-2 win at Villa Park.