Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made several changes to his team that was facing off Atalanta in the UEFA Champions league match at Old Trafford after a disappointing and embarrassing loss to Leicester City over the weekend.
Marcus Rashford was back to the team as well as Scott McTominay and Fred Rodriguez partnership. The first half of Manchester United was very poor as they conceded two quick goals from Atalanta which made Bruno Fernández and other star players furious.
However, after half time, the Manchester United players came back strong as they pressed Atalanta high and got a goal after their hard work. In the 52nd minute, Bruno Fernández managed to silence his haters and critics who had slammed him from the previous match.
The 26 years old midfielder who has always been a crucial player for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was given the ball at the center of the pitch. Rather than play the ball to Cristiano Ronaldo who was close to him, Bruno Fernández saw the run of Marcus Rashford and unleashed a sensational pass that crisscrossed three Atalanta players.
Marcus Rashford ran into the opposition box and scored a brilliant goal to give Manchester United hopes that helped them win the match.
Did Bruno Fernández prove he is the best midfielder in the world?
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