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Man United defeats Brentford with two passes from Bruno Fernandes

Man United defeats Brentford with two passes from Bruno Fernandes

On Wednesday, Manchester United returned to winning ways over Brentford (3-1) in a match in which Old Trafford entered the field with three Portuguese internationals. Bruno Fernandes created assists and Cristiano Ronaldo was also responsible for the second goal, but he left soon after and made no secret of his dissatisfaction in Exchange words with Ralph Rangnick.

Even with 11 attacks, with German coach Anthony Elanga and Mason Greenwood on the wings and Bruno Fernandes on Cristiano Ronaldo’s back, the first half went on until the break without goals.

The Swedish international opened the scoring in the 55th minute with a header with the help of Fred. The goal that opened the match and United ended up scoring two more goals in the following minutes. In the 62nd minute, he made the goal with the Portuguese, with Ronaldo, above the midfield, and Bruno Fernandes fired at supersonic speed in the area, to provide the goal after that to Greenwood.

And Cristiano Ronaldo left soon after, to make way for Maguire, without hiding some annoyance with the coach’s decision. The fact is that United finished 3-0, in the 77th minute, with a second help from Bruno Fernandes, this time to Rashford.

It was done, but there was still plenty of time for Brentford to cut the difference with five minutes remaining as Evan Toni beat De Gea after a pass from Christian Norgaard.

A victory allows United to join Arsenal in sixth place, one point behind Tottenham who snatched, also on Wednesday, Epic win over Leicester (3-2).

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