Bruno Fernandes wins November Premier League Player of the Month award

Bruno Fernandes has been named November POTM by the Premier League.

Back in January, Manchester United fans were rightly excited when Bruno Fernandes signed for the Old Trafford outfit. Everyone expected impact from the Portuguese superstar. Nobody expected it to be on this level.

We’re talking about a world-class individual. He’s up there with the best in the business and he deserves to be considered amongst the best attacking-midfielders in the world.

Today, Fernandes was named the Premier League Player of the Month for November. During that month, he’d score four goals and tack on an assist, too.

February. June. Now November. This is Fernandes’ third Player of the Month award in this calendar year. The only other players to achieve that feat was Ashley Young in 2008 and Harry Kane a couple of seasons ago.

His impact is ridiculous. We’re talking about someone who has more goals than Mohamed Salah and more assists than Kevin de Bruyne and more chances created than anyone else in the country. We’re talking about the complete player.

Check out Bruno Fernandes, all-smiles, with the November POTM award:

Fernandes is only the second ever United player to win three Premier League Player of the Month awards behind Cristiano Ronaldo. To add even further context, Sergio Aguero has won the most POTM awards. He has been here for almost a decade…

Simply put, we’re talking about one of the best footballers on the planet right now. We’re fortunate to call him ours, but it’s now about building a championship-winning team around Bruno.

That’s down to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the board. We’ve an excellent squad of players, but we’re still missing one or two things. Go out there and get them in January and I genuinely believe we have a real shot at the title this season.

Congratulations, Bruno!

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