Bruno Fernandes wins the Premier League player of the Month


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The Premier League‘s Player of the Month for February has been crowned to the Manchester United playmaker and midfielder. Bruno Fernandes. Since completing his reported £68million move on January 29, the Portuguese playmaker has made an instant impact for the Old Trafford based outfit.

After putting in an energetic display on his debut in the goalless draw with Esperito Nuno Santo’s Wolverhampton Wanderers, it really didn’t take a long time for the 25-year-old former Sporting star to announce himself in the league.

Bruno Fernandes would have gone on to become a star and has attracted the fans back into the Old Trafford after his impressive display against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Leaving Manchester United fans eagerly anticipating his next appearance for the club, Fernandes picked up an assist against the Blues.


Against Watford, the January transfer window signing scored his debut goal for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Red Devils at the cusp of the half time through a penalty. Further, in the same game, the player notched up an assist which helped the young Mason Greenwood to score.

The 25-year old Portuguese international defeated Chelsea’s Marcos Alonso, Gabon international, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Everton’s Dominic Calvert Lewin and Matt Doherty to notch the award in his first month in England.

The former Sporting Lisbon skipper has seen any momentum halted due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak nut have helped rejuvenate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side. Bruno Fernandes insists the turnaround in the club’s fortunes isn’t just all down to him, however, the impact made by the player to the Manchester United’s midfield is clearly seen.

Talking to Sky Sports, Bruno Fernandes said:

 We can talk about a new start after Bruno, but it’s not about Bruno, it’s about the team.

‘One player doesn’t change a team. A team changes when everyone pushes together for the same side.’

Manchester United, currently sit fifth in the Premier League table are unbeaten in five games and three points behind fourth-placed Chelsea where they remain well in the hunt for a Champions League place next season.

With Premier League progress halted due to coronavirus outbreak across Europe what should be the take by players and managers? Should the season be declared null and void and start afresh or should the season be completed to decide the standings and European qualifications? Comment down below