Bruno Provides Another Assist To Go Up, Check His New Standing In The Assist Chart
By WillyKim | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 3243 views
Manchester United was up against Brighton at home on Sunday night. The game started well in favor of Brighton who had a couple of movements towards the Manchester United goal.
Their efforts finally paid as former Manchester United man Danny Welbeck put the Brighton side in front. The game would later end 1:0 at halftime.
Manchester United then equalised in the second half with Marcus Rashford scoring the first for Manchester United.This was after a Bruno Fernandez effort.Mason Greenwood went ahead to put Manchester United infront after a Bruno Fernandez and Paul Pogba efforts on goal.The assist today has now moved Bruno Fernandes to eleven assists for this season.However he still remains second to Harry Kane who tops the assists chart this season.
Kevin De Bruyne is level with Bruno since they both have eleven assists this season.Jack Grealish has ten assists so far in the premier league despite missing out on a couple of games so far due to injury.
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