Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hailed the impact of Bruno Fernandes after the club’s Sunday win over Watford.
Fernandes assisted one and scored the other goals as United ran 3-0 winners over the Hornets and according to Solskjaer the 25-year-old’s arrival has given everyone at the club a boost.
“Bruno Fernandes is quicker than he looks. We are very excited by having him in. He has come in, given everyone a boost and wants to conduct a game.
“He loves playing football, he wants the ball, he’s got the personality and character to demand it all the time, wanting to take the penalty,” Solskjaer told the BBC.
Fernandes was outstanding throughout on Sunday as United clinched a second consecutive victory in a run of three unbeaten Premier League matches and moved them up to fifth in the table.
After scoring from the penalty spot to give United the lead, Fernandes created the opening for Anthony Martial to score their second and got the assist that teed up Mason Greenwood for a stunning third.
The win means that United are just three points below fourth-placed Chelsea who recorded a 2-1 win over Spurs on Saturday.
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