Bruno Fernandes frees Manchester United at the end of the match against Fulham

Bruno Fernandes frees Manchester United at the end of the match against Fulham

Despite a relatively mediocre performance, which was only resolved a quarter of an hour into the second half, Manchester United ended up raising their head against Fulham (1-0), after losing four of their previous seven encounters, in all competitions. For a pioneering coach, Erik Ten Hag will have made very old school selections, with Maguire-Evans jointly not looking out of place at West Bromwich Albion.

But it was Bruno Fernandes’ talent that saved him with a shot from the edge of the penalty area (90+1), without Bernd Leno bearing responsibility. Under the pressure of defeats against Manchester City (0-3) and Newcastle (0-3) over the past eight days, Ten Hag ended up winning a game and very little time.

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After a very weak first half, without rhythm or quality, without chances either, in a very average first half, Scott McTominay (eighth) was removed from the goal due to offside from Maguire, who played the ball and intervened.

The match became more lively after that, with Andre Onana making two saves in front of Harry Wilson (61) and Joao Baleña (62), and good activity from Alejandro Garnacho, but it took this final touch from Fernandez, after a very confusing behavior, to allow Tin. A hag for a relatively quiet weekend.

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