Bruno Fernandes makes Debut with the Manchester, The Match ends in a Draw

Every single Manchester United fan has been patiently waiting for a win for the whole past month. The team has been struggling to change their track record of three continuous losses and in the most recent match, it was more disappointing since it ended in a draw.

The twist in the tale

Even though in the latest match against Wolverhampton Wanderers, United lost another battle, one star-player has caught the eye of many spectators: Bruno Fernandes.

He joined Manchester United after leaving Sporting CP recently and was addressed as a top player in his first game itself. This name was given to him by the United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the match ended.

Bruno was observed playing extraordinary as the centre position where he constantly managed to have two close shots at the goal, one at the 40-minutes slot and the next towards the one-hour slot.  However, it was only Wolves goalkeeper Rui Patricio who saved his team from Bruno’s regular very-close attempts.

A match that ended in a draw!

Even though Bruno performed remarkably well but after six opportunities between the two teams, who else can know each other’s strategies better than either one of them?

Even though both teams were playing carefully and going defensive in the first slot, it was only Bruno who made a shot only to find the goalkeeper Rui Patricio’s gloves.

The final shot which almost sent Patricio tumbling into the net was also by Bruno. He was the knight in shining armour for United, ensuring that the Wolves have their twelfth loss against United. Ole praised Bruno, hinting at high hopes from the Debutant in all future events.

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