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Bruno Fernandes: Player Rating and Performance v Istanbul Basaksehir

The Portuguese was the star of the show for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men during an hour-long Champions League outing.

10:18pm on Tuesday 24th November 2020
David Lynch

Bruno Fernandes played a starring role for Manchester United in their Champions League meeting with Istanbul Basaksehir on Tuesday evening.

Take a look at the summary of the Portuguese's performance below.

📷 Bruno Fernandes: Match Performance

Fernandes wasted little time in stamping his mark on proceedings, taking the game away from the visitors before they could even get going.

⏱️ 7' Basaksehir clear a United corner but only as far as Fernandes, who thumps a stunning first-time strike into the roof of the net from the edge of the area.

⏱️ 19' A horrible error from Mert Gunok allows United to make it two, the goalkeeper's spilled catch handing Fernandes a simple tap-in.

⏱️ 35' The hosts win a penalty as Marcus Rashford is tripped in the box and the striker is allowed to convert, despite his team being on a hat-trick.

Fernandes was at the heart of everything good about the hosts at Old Trafford. He made 31 passes in the opposition half, three key passes and four shots across the course of a wonderful individual performance.

〽️ Bruno Fernandes: Rating


Fernandes bagged himself a 7.7 FC Rating as he scored the only goal in a Manchester United win over West Brom at the weekend. However, he was even better than that this time out, bagging a 8.9 FC Rating thanks to his two goals.

🗝️ Key Stats

Fernandes match stats

FC Rating8.9Rank #1
Mins Played61
Touches in box4
On Target3

Bruno Fernandes: What Next?

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side face a testing trip to in-form Southampton next up. Having been taken off early on in this game, Fernandes is sure to start, and he will be key to United's hopes of picking up a positive result.


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