Manchester United Midfielder Paul Pogba said that he studied Bruno Fernandes game so that the both of them could do well together.
Manchester United spent £47million to buy Bruno Fernandes from Sporting Lisbon in January. Since then, he hasn't lost a game in the club's shirt and he has seven goals and seven assists to his name.
In a recent interview, Paul Pogba talked about how he studied Bruno Fernandes game in order for them to link up easily. He said that when Bruno Fernandes arrived, he got that he needed to understand him straight away.
He didn't want one month to adapt to his game so he watched him, watched his position, how Bruno used the ball, what Bruno is good at so when he comes back they could do well together.
He tried to analyse how Bruno plays with the team, how to improve his positioning and stuff like that.
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