Two Goals And An Assist And Solskjaer Still Gives Bruno Fernandes Homework

The Norwegian was grateful for his contribution, although he was not happy that he was losing his positioning so much.

Bruno Fernandes continued to justify the price of his transfer to Manchester United in the match against Everton. The Portuguese player put the team on the comeback after Bernard’s 1-0 with a fantastic header and a cross to Rashford that the English player didn’t touch.

As if that wasn’t enough, with the match almost over he gave the 1-3 to Cavani, who made his debut as a goal scorer as a United player. Such a complete performance would be flattering to any coach, but not to Solskjaer.

The Norwegian gave Bruno Fernandes homework because of his excessive desire and the over-exertion he makes to help the team.

“He is the leader and has put passion and determination into it. He wants to be everywhere and that is sometimes frustrating because he leaves his position and there are moments in the game that are played there and he is not there. But when you have someone capable of leading like that, you are happy,” explained the Manchester United coach.

The Portuguese footballer has confirmed himself as one of the best in the world in Manchester United, a club with which he has already played 33 games, scored 18 goals and got 14 assists.

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