Bruno Fernandes: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer calls the Portuguese International a team player; claims he has uplifted the quality of the team.
Ole Solskjaer has dropped massive praise for the Portuguese International a team player for always standing by the team and doing everything he can for making the side win.
“He’s made an impact since he’s come in but he’s a team player. That’s what you see with him, he plays for the team and plays to create chances, he works his socks off and he does everything a Man United player should be doing,” the official website of Manchester United quoted Solskjaer as saying.
“He thinks about the team first, then his own performance, and I’m sure he’d change all these personal awards into trophies for the team and a Champions League position for next season,” he added.
Bruno Fernandes top form with Red Devils
The Portuguese International was signed by Manchester United last January and has been on a stellar form since then and has been able to bag 13 goals and 10 assists in the 18 games he played for Manchester United across all competitions.
So far, the investment made by the English giants seems to be paying off. Moreover, he is also having a good partnership with Paul Pogba, who is apparently happy with the work at Manchester United.
Solskjaer’s side is on the verge of securing a top-4 finish with Leicester City and Chelsea losing their last respective games. Manchester United will play against Southampton on Monday.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed that Bruno Fernandes will take both penalties against Southampton tonight… 😂 pic.twitter.com/240iiIUsXC
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If they manage to win this match, they will topple both Chelsea and Leicester City and will be sitting at the 3rd position, with the last three games to go.
After this, they would be battling for the Fa Cup and Europa League, in the latter competition, they have the chances to secure the silverware.