Manchester United are set for their Europa League encounter with AC Milan later today. Ole Solksjaer's men would hope to continue their outstanding away form against AC Milan. However, it's going to be a really difficult game against the Italian side who has got Zlatan Ibrahimovic back in the team.
We're not here to speak about the Europa League clash. It's unbelievable that sensational midfielder, Bruno Fernandes has committed more fouls than any other player in the team. The Portuguese star is considered the most important player in the team and I think his statistics proves that right.
This season, Bruno Fernandes has scored more goals and assists than any other player in the club. No one would argue about that when you look at how productive he has been since he joined from Lisbon last year.
According to statistics, Bruno Fernandes has committed more fouls in the Premier League this season. He remains the only United player with 34 fouls already in 29 games. How did he manage to do this? Bruno Fernandes is not a defender and you just continue to wonder how he racked up such number. It's clear that Bruno Fernandes get frustrated when things aren't turning well for him in games. Making unnecessary tackles when he's frustrated explains why he has more fouls than any other player.
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