Manchester United and Portugal international Bruno Fernandes has been on a fine from since the start of the new premier league campaign where he netted a hatrick on the opening fixture against Leeds United and he has continued to produce good spells for country and club.
Fernandes and his Portuguese team mates had a game against Azerbaijan in a 2022 world cup qualification match which ended 3:0 in favour of Portugal where Bernado Silva, Andre Silva and Liverpool star Diogo Jota got their names on the score sheet, in this game Bruno Fernandes assited Bernado Silva with a sublime pass before slotting it home giving Portugal an early lead. Portugal are leading Group A with 13 points above Serbia.
The talking point of the game was at the 87th minute where four individuals came from the stand and went straight to Bruno and he was unimpressed with the incident but they surrounded him and one of them put his arm on Fernandes shoulder and pulling a photo and then ran back to the stands.
I think they were big fans of him due to his great performance at both club and country level. Thanks for reading.
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