Paul Scholes, a former Manchester United midfielder and English international, has been impressed by the influence the Portuguese Bruno Fernandes has had on the club since joining Sporting Clube de Portugal last January. On Saturday, a penalty from Bruno Fernandes gave Ole Gunnar Solskjaer three more points (1-0 to West Bromwich) in the Premier League.
“It was a tremendous victory, but I hope to give the team some confidence. Imagine where Manchester United would be without Bruno Fernandes … Before they arrived, the team was not even able to create a goal opportunity, ”he said. BT Sport. Rio Ferdinand, Scholes ’former teammate, is a confirmed version:“ The whole game of the team goes to him. He is the player who can take that responsibility and create a game. ”
Bruno Fernandes, 26, has scored 19 goals and 13 assists in 34 games for the Old Trafford symbol.