The Portuguese played a helping hand in United’s late win against Wolves.
Manchester United ace Bruno Fernandes has grown in stature since moving to Old Trafford earlier this year, exceeding the expectations at every level.
Firstly, the former Sporting CP star helped United earn a spot in the Champions League last season, putting up some impressive display during the latter stages.
Now, the Red Devils have climbed to second in the table, and it is mainly due to the aura of Fernandes.
The important aspect is none of United players was able to outshine the Portuguese when he is at the top of his game.
The 25-year-old has racked up a total of 10 goals and 7 assists in 15 Premier League this season, including the assist he provided for Marcus Rashford’s late winning goal against Wolves last night.
United might have lost their place in the Champions League this season yet Fernandes stood out with four goals in the group stage.
Furthermore, the former Sampdoria man has always sported his hungriness to win whenever the Reds Devils ended up having a bad game.
The Red Devils were terrible at the start of this season but have recovered well after a string of brilliant displays.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was also in full praise of the Portuguese talisman following the win against Nuno Santo’s side.
The Norwegian manager on Fernandes: The goals, the assists, the numbers he has produced and the chances he creates, but also the will to win,’ said the United manager before kick-off last night.
‘He’s got an incredible hunger to play football and to win. He’s not just here to play football and enjoy himself, he’s here to win.’