Bruno Fernandez makes Audacious claim ahead of Sunday clash against Arsenal.

Israel Oluwaseg Lawal
Bruno Fernandez has insisted that the draw against Crystal Palace Will not affect the team’s mentality ahead of their trip to Arsenal as the team is playing with huge confidence.

Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes has praised the impact of current manager Erik ten Hag, stating that he has brought a renewed sense of confidence to the club.

Fernandes, who has been in impressive form this season, credited ten Hag for the team’s success and highlighted the contrast with the previous management under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick.

Despite a recent draw with Crystal Palace, United’s campaign has been vastly improved compared to the previous season. The team is currently in contention for multiple trophies under ten Hag’s leadership, making them a formidable force in the league.

This will not affect the team, for sure,” he said, referring to the draw with Palace.

“We can’t be affected by a result that was not the way we would like it to be. We’re doing great things.

“I think the team now is confident, players are playing really good, they are showing themselves, they’re doing what they have to do and what the managers asked us to do and we have to carry on with that, it’s a responsibility we have to do.

“It’s still a good moment for us, we’re still doing great things, we have to go to the next one and try to win.


Still have questions? Ask our experts!
Follow this expert
Follow this author

You've successfully followed this author. You'll get notifications of his new tips on your registered e-mail.

You've successfully followed this expert. You'll get notifications of his new tips on your registered e-mail.

Follow this author
Follow this expert

This means that you will no longer receive notifications about new posts by this author to your e-mail address.

You will no longer be notified of this expert's new tips.

The website you are trying to access is not one of our trusted partners.
You will be forwarded to the website
Visit site