Bruno Fernandes hit double figures when he fired at the starting gate at Brentford but is more interested in securing the silverware.
A little about the topic
The Portuguese player says winning trophies with Man Utd is his top priority over scoring goals as he admitted his side had a disappointing season. The Portuguese opened the scoring for the Red Devils when they beat Brentford 3-0 in their final home game of the campaign. Man Utd are expected to fail to book a Champions League spot this season as they are five points behind the fourth-placed Gunners with only two games left to play – Arsenal and other challengers Tottenham have two games in hand.
What did Bruno Fernandes say?
The player now has 10 PL goals under his name in the season, but he says it’s better to raise silverware with the club than to raise his stats. Bruno Fernandes said he hadn’t scored in a long time. Obviously Bruno is happy, but these numbers don’t count for him. Fernandes says he wants the numbers with trophies, not goals.
While Bruno Fernandes was pleased with his side’s performance against Brentford, he admitted they underestimated this season. The Portuguese said that the last game of the season at home, they wanted to give a good result and good performance.
According to Bruno Fernandes they know that their standard was not what they expected, but in the last game of the season they finished well at home. Now they have more games to focus on. They know they always have something to give. The fans have been amazingly supportive of them. They know their season hasn’t been where it should be, but there’s nothing they can do now other than finish in the best possible way, win games and then think about next season.