Fernandes becomes the first Premier League player to break woodwork record
By Bright_teo | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 91 views
Moments will win you a football game and very small moments will lose you one. For BrunoFernandes, he typically pulls through those moments that could be described as fine margins.
Last night, he almost had a target when his shot hit the woodwork. This brought his total tally to 11, more than any English-based player since his Manchester United debut.
That means he'd have 11 more goals to his credit. His unreal goal record as a midfielder would make him one of the world's best players at the moment.
The Portuguese International really revolutionized the idea of number 10 and the pitch job it does. His work rate is almost second to none, as he's on the pitch everywhere.
His defensive contribution surpasses most defensive players in United, and his intellect is something to behold.
With 22 goals already, in all competitions, he is already a candidate for the Premier League's player of the year trophy. If he keeps on performing like this, his numbers will be up there with the best in the business.
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