The awards keep coming for Bruno Fernandes as the Manchester United star landed another club award following a fine start to life at Old Trafford.
Fernandes, 25, has quickly become an integral player for United since signing from Sporting in January, with his arrival kick-starting the Red Devils’ faltering season.
The Portugal international has scored six goals and assisted five more in nine Premier League appearances to boost United’s hopes of Champions League qualification, and the fans have quickly recognised his importance to the team.
Fernandes was crowned United’s player of the month for the third time in a row thanks to his June performances, while his volley at Brighton has landed him another award.
The midfielder’s sweetly-struck effort to finish a counter-attack featuring Harry Maguire, Nemanja Matic and Mason Greenwood was voted United’s goal of the month for June.
Solskjaer had said of the goal:
“We know we’ve got pace and we wanted to counter quickly.
What was a great pass by Nemanja, a great cross from Mason and fantastically finished by Bruno, so I’m very, very happy with all the goals.”
Source: News update