Bruno Fernandes is the soul in MU's play and the match against Southampton continues to prove it. The Portuguese midfielder was the one who scored the score to shorten the score, opening the unimaginable reverse curtain of "Red Devils" after being 2-0 by the opponent.
Bruno Fernandes celebrates the score to shorten the score into Southampton
After 60 minutes, after receiving Cavani's pass from the right side, Bruno Fernandes controls the ball neatly before turning the housekeeper's housekeeper. With this preparation phase, the Portuguese midfielder established a landmark of 5 consecutive matches in the Premier League. Earlier, only three players made in MU's shirt were Van Nistelrooy, Van Persie and Ibrahimovic. The achievement of the year 1994 was more impressive because he played in a midfielder, not a striker.
Obviously, MU's gameplay is dependent on Bruno Fernandes's performance. The fans of the "Red Devils" have a reason to worry that the Portuguese midfielder will be overloaded because they have to play continuously. Recently, Coach Solskjaer said she was planning to let his pet to rest in some stages of the season.
In the middle of the week later, MU will continue to welcome the PSG runner-up on the home field in the UEFA Champions League round framework. "Reds" are currently heading Table G but the ticket into the knock-out round is still uncertain guaranteed, it is likely that Bruno Fernandes will be difficult to rest in this important match.
On Sky Sports, Legend Roy Keane still proved unhappy about MU's performance despite his former team that had an unbelievable reverse broadcast. Former captain of "Red Devils" said that watching coach Solskjaer's team should accompany a health warning.
Keane said: "Mu had the opportunity but was missed. It's not good for your health when watching them compete. They left a few goals, but there were still goals. The problem is that you don't know what I will gain with this squad. We listened to Solskjaer and De Gea before that they needed to maintain stability, but they couldn't do it. "