Bruno Fernandes has been named Premier League player of the month award for February. He has scored two goals and laid on three assists in five appearances.

PL Player of the month for February

The Red Devils midfielder Bruno Fernandes has been named Premier League player of the month for February. After having a significant impact on Old Trafford after his winter transition from Sporting to 55 million euros. Man United finally managed to lure the Portuguese international from Jose Alvalade stadium after many months of speculation on January 30. Pushing the mercurial playmaker to a five and a half year contract. The 25-year-old striker adapted to the demands of English football faster than anyone could have predicted. During a 0-0 home draw against the Wolves, Bruno’s debut showed what was about to happen. Fernandes continued this show, playing a vital role in the victory over Chelsea with a score of 2-0 on February 17. While Harry Maguire set his magnificent corner to send home all the crucial second goal at Stamford Bridge.

The first Portuguese player since Deco

The former talisman of Sporting grabbed his first United goal a week later. Complaining about the opener from the penalty spot to put the team of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on the way to a 3-0 victory over Watford at Old Trafford. Bruno received the award for an impressive start in Manchester with Player of the Month. He becomes the first Portuguese player to win a prize since the Deco from Chelsea back in August 2008. He also joins Anthony Martial, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and Marcus Rashford. As the only United players to receive the award for the fasting position of Sir-Alex Ferguson of the era.

When you’re new, you always want to score

From childhood, it was a dream to play for Manchester United, and being there at Old Trafford is the important dream of my career. Said Fernandes after concluding ahead of Marcos Alonso, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Matt Doherty and Nick Pope in the last vote. When you come to a new team, you always want to score, and the first goal is special. It doesn’t matter how the goal been scored, but the goal must be worth it. I am satisfied with my start, but now I need to give more, to be better.”

Currently, Bruno is taking a forced interruption in activities with the rest of the Man United team. As the football authorities are trying to deal with the outbreak of the coronavirus. Which has caused severe disruptions in the sports calendar around the world. Due to the ongoing crisis, the Red Devils began to play in the Europa League for the last time behind closed doors. On Thursday in the match against LASK in the first match of their last-16 tie on Thursday, with Bruno adding another assist to his count.