After more than two splendid seasons at Manchester United, Bruno Fernandes has written another contract at the club to extend his stay at Old Trafford until 2026.
Here, we take a look at bruno fernandes stats and achievements and how the Portuguese international’s United career has gone up to this point, from unquenchable goalscoring and phenomenal possibility creation to unique award winning accomplishments.
2 x Sir Matt Busby player of the Year (2019/20, 2020/21)FSA Men’s Player of the Year (2020)PFA Premier League Team of the Year (2020/21)
4 x Premier League Player of the Month (February 2020, June 2020, November 2020, December 2020)2 x UEFA Europa League Squad of the Season (2019/20, 2020/21)2019/20 UEFA Europa League top goalscorer (8 goals)2 x Premier League Goal of the Month (June 2020, February 2021)
Joined Goal of the Season, 2020/21 (v Everton, 6 February 2021)
Number of games missed: 7
Level of games played: 94%
Absolute minutes played: 9,446
Goal involvements: 88
Involvements per game: 0.75
Penalties scored: 21
Penalties missed: 2
Non-penalty goal involvements: 67
Non-penalty goal involvements: 0.57
Bruno was the quickest player to arrive at both five goals and five assists in Premier League history, finishing the feat in only nine games.
In 2020, Fernandes became the first player to win four Premier League Player of the Month awards in a solitary calendar year.
Since he joined man United, no player has won more Premier League Player of the Month awards than Fernandes.
The 27 year old broke Frank Lampard’s record of most goals scored in a solitary season in all competitions by a Premier League midfielder. Lampard had scored 27 and Fernandes oversaw 28 out of 2020/21.
Bruno arrived at 50 Premier League goals involvements (30 goals, 20 assists) 58 appearances. Just Andy Cole (43), Alan Shearer (54) and Eric Cantona (54) accomplished this feat in less games in the division.
The Portuguese is just the third player in United history to score in more than 20 penalties. Fernandes has scored 21, while Ruud van Nistelrooy changed over 28 and Wayne Rooney 27.
Bruno fernandes turned into the first player in champions league history to assist six sequential appearances while playing for an English club, breaking the record held by David Beckham starting around 1998.
Against Atalanta in 2021, Fernandes made eight chances, the most by a United player in a single Champions League game (since records started in 2003-04).
Fernandes has the third most goals involvements in the last two Premier League seasons, with 45. Just Mohamed Salah (57) and Harry Kane (54) have more.
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Man united debut: Wolves (1 February 2020)
First goals: Watford (23 February 2020)
First support: Brighton (30 June 2020)
First game as captain: PSG (20 October 2020)
First Manchester derby: City away (7 March 2021)
First hat trick: Leeds (14 August 2021)
100th game: Arsenal, scored (2 December 2021)
A rankling start to life at Man United saw fans quickly fascinated by the January signing. His unquenchable scoring assisted the Reds with moving from fifth in the Premier League to third before the end of the campaign, he was named Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year.
In an exceptionally productive season, Fernandes completed third on the Premier League’s top goalscorers chart (18 goals) and second on the assists list (12). He contributed the most key passes in the league (94), the most shot-making actions (168) and the most goals creating actions (27).
He procured two Premier League Player of the Month awards and United’s Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award.
2021/22 (up to this point)
Bruno’s productivity has gone on notwithstanding involving a more profound role in midfield. He’s played the most key passes (77) in the Premier League this season, and the third most passes into the penalty area (65), dragging along just going after full-backs Joao Cancelo and Trent Alexander-Arnold.
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UEFA Europa League