Bruno Fernandes scored again for Manchester United against Everton on Sunday and it was the tying goal that eventually would earn us a point at Goodison Park. He was instrumental again in midfield where he orchestrated the passing and movement of the ball. Fernandes has the skill and creativity to create goals and to score goals himself. The midfielder has three goals already this season since he joined from Sporting Lisbon.
The Portuguese star controls the rhythm of the passing in matches and his decision making of the ball is spot on. He has instantly made a positive difference in our team. He has leadership qualities that the team needed all along. We were lacking a leader that would step up on a regular basis and control the midfield and lead by example.
Paul Pogba with his inconsistency hasn’t made the kind of impact that we would expect from a world class player. Pogba doesn’t show his leadership qualities each game, but instead seems to play well when he feels like it. The Frenchman can learn from his fellow teammate on how he should lead by example and help to improve the players around him because of his actions.
He has good chemistry with Mata, Fred and McTominay and other midfielders and looks comfortable in his role in a new team. He has settled in nicely and hopefully is someone who could be at this club for a long time to come. Long may his success continue.