Bruno Fernandes has set himself an ambitious target to register more goal contributions than matches in the Premier League this season. The Portuguese playmaker has been in scintillating form since arriving from Sporting CP in the January transfer window. Since arriving in the Premier League, Fernandes has registered 17 goals and 12 assists in just 27 matches, taking his tally at just over one goal involvement per match. Fernandes has now set himself a target of ending the 2020/21 season with that stat still intact as he aims to lead United to a top-four finish and cup success domestically and across Europe.
Bruno Fernandes Said “I think, as I’ve said before, it’s easy when you play in a team like Manchester because there are so many good players around you, They help you to be better and I am here to help them be better. So I think, of course, numbers are really good but it is now that I need to start to improve. It will be more difficult from now and I mean difficult day-by-day and game-by-game because the players will know me better. Of course, I am really happy to have these numbers and, obviously, it is not easy to get to this point with these numbers but I want to do better and better, more and more. I want to finish the Premier League this season with more goals and assists than games. That would be good.”
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