Manchester United have been doing fantastically well under the leadership of their head coach Erik Ten Hag, and one of the players that have helped the club under the former Ajax coach is Bruno Fernandes. The player has played in almost all of the positions in the attacking department of the team, and he is also the player with the most minutes on the team this season. Manchester United legend Paul Scholes feels so sorry for the midfielder after the team that Bruno Fernandes captained at Anfield was humbled by a 7-0 defeat.
Paul Scholes said in his speech, "I actually feel sorry for him when he plays." He’s been pushed out to many positions to do a job for the team; he was on the left [against Liverpool], he’s been on the right, he’s played through the middle, he has been a little bit all over the place.
There is no doubt Bruno Fernandes is one of the engines of the Manchester United team, and the fact that he has had to play a couple of positions on the pitch shows the sacrifices that the Manchester United vice captain is making for the team. The role of Bruno Fernandes in the Manchester United team cannot be overemphasized. It may be time for Erik Ten Hag and his team of coaches to focus on playing Bruno Fernandes in his normal position on the pitch.
Manchester United will be hoping to bounce back from the 7-0 mauling by Liverpool when they face Real Betis in the Europa League on Thursday.
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