Paul Pogba Studied Bruno Fernandes At Manchester United While He Was Out Injured
By Mbachukwuebuka | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1 views
Manchester united star Paul pogba has revealed he studied Bruno Fernandez when he first joined the club to ensure the pair would be a success playing alongside each other.
Fernandes has hit the ground running since joining from sporting Lisbon in January but pogba was absent for the Portuguese international's first five league games with an ankle problem.
During that time, pogba analyzed fernandes game and that has enabled the pair to flourish post lockdown, inspired united to go unbeaten since football has returned.
When Bruno arrived. I get that I need to understand him straight away, I didn't want one month to adapt to his game so I watched him, watched his position. How he used the ball, what his good at so when I came back we could do well together.
"Straight away when I get to him, I know I can make this run; I know I have to pass him the ball there because he is dangerous there, I try to analyse how to improve my positioning and stuff like that.
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