Ever since joining Manchester United on the deadline day in the January transfer window 2019/20 season, Bruno Fernandes have been outstanding in his performance.
Since his in February 2020, The Portuguese have kept many records for Manchester United and in the Premier League.
Just 7 minutes into the first half into the Champions League matchday 4 clash against Istanbul Basaksehir at Old Trafford, Bruno Fernandes score the opener from a delivery from teammate Alex Telles, to set another record for Manchester United.
Just immediately after his 7 minute opening goal, Sky Sports Statto confirmed it that "No player has scored more goals for a Premier League team than Bruno Fernandes since he made his Manchester United debut on February 1. 20 goals in 35 appearances in all competitions"
just after Sky Sports Statto confirmed Bruno Fernandes record, OptaJoe also confirmed that "Since his debut in February, Bruno Fernandes has been directly involved in 33 goals for Manchester United (20 goals 13 assists), 15 more than any other player at the club in this period."
Just shortly after their tweets, Bruno Fernandes scored his second of the game to double the lead for Manchester United at the 19th minutes of the game.
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