Bruno Fernandes Wins Premier League Player Of The Month Award For February

    The Manchester United Midfielder picks up the award after connecting from Sporting Lisbon in the end of this January transfer window, after his very first month at the branch.

    Fernandes made his United debut at the goalless draw at home to Wolves on February 1, and played at the Premier League successes over Chelsea and Watford within the duration of this month, scoring his first goal for his new team at the latter and registering aids in both matches.

    The 25-year-old has three goals in nine appearances for United with high level soccer taking a back seat throughout the coronavirus crisis that is continuing.

    The choice was simple because when I had the opportunity to come, I did not think twice.

    United were due to face a Visit to Tottenham on Sunday before the suspension of their Premier League.

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