English Premier League giant, Manchester United midfield maestro Bruno Fernandes has been enjoying a blistering run of form so far for the Red Devils across all competitions in the new campaign.
He has been able to pick up his impressive performance under new manager Erik ten Hag from where he left off in the last campaign both under then Norwegian manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and German tactician Ralf Rangnick.
The 28 year old former Sporting CP star has established himself as one of the best midfielders in Europe’s top five leagues and one of the top scoring one at that which made him a key figure in the squad both for club and country.
Bruno Fernandes in their last game during the mid-week in the UEFA Europa League made a whole lots of difference for the Red Devils that put them in contention of securing the top spot on the table, which will safe them from the hassle of playing in the play-off.
With his performance so far going into the weekend game, Bruno Fernandes has been involved in 128 open play attacking sequences in all competitions this season (shots, chances created and build-up), the most of any player for a premier league club.
He will then be hoping to keep the tempo and momentum going for his team in their next game as they continue their pursuit in the current campaign.