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Bruno Fernandes: Player Rating and Performance v Everton

The Portuguese midfielder scored a brace to give Manchester United crucial away win

6:25pm on Saturday 7th November 2020
Emmet Gates

Bruno Fernandes may just have saved Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's job, for now at least.

The Portuguese midfielder scored twice, including a well-taken header, and provided an assist to seal a 3-1 away win for The Red Devils that alleviates some of the pressure from Solskjaer.

📷 Fernandes: Match Snapshot

⏱️ 25' Fernandes equalises for United as he runs to meet Luke Shaw's teasing cross in the middle of the penalty area and plants a firm header into the corner of Jordan Pickford's net.

⏱️ 32' Fernandes adds to his tally, as his cross from the left-hand side for Marcus Rashford is missed entirely by the striker, and the ball nestles into the bottom corner of Pickford's goal

⏱️ 90' Fernandes turns provider, running the length of the pitch from an Everton attack. The Portuguese midfielder shifts the ball to Edinson Cavani, who makes no mistake, drilling the ball past Pickford to complete the win.

〽️ Fernandes : Rating Week-on-Week


Fernandes had produced several subdued performances over the last couple of games, earning a 5.7 FC Rating against Arsenal in their last league game.

However, today's outstanding performance against Carlo Ancelotti's side has seen Fernandes' rating soar to a 9.4 FC Rating.

🗝️ Key Stats

Fernandes match stats

FC Rating9.4
Mins Played90
On Target3

Fernandes: What Next?

The Portuguese midfielder has been one of United's best performers in what has already been an inconsistent season. Fernandes has proven that he's a consistent player for the club, but other players around him need to follow his lead.

Everton vs Manchester United: FC Ratings, Team Stats

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