Bruno fernandes have been very phenomenal since his debut and would be in Manchester united books should he nets against Crystal palace at Selhurst park. Bruno fernandes have already scored in four consecutive matches and would be the fourth manchester united player to achieve this record should he score at Selhurst park.
Bruno fernandes scored against Everton at Goodison park before premier league was suspended due to virus out break. After the premier league restarted, Manchester united played Tottenham, Bruno fernandes scored a penalty at tottenham Hotspur stadium to maintain Manchester united unbeaten record.
He also scored two goals against Brighton, and earned himself the man of that match. He also provided an assist and scored at Villa park against Aston Villa. Manchester united would face Crystal palace tonight and hopefully Bruno Fernandes could make history.
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