Red-hot Bruno Fernandes has more goals and goal involvements than any Prem player since Man Utd debut in February

BRUNO FERNANDES has been involved in more goals than any other Premier League player since his debut in February 2020.

The Portuguese playmaker, 26, left Sporting Lisbon to sign for Manchester United at the end of last January's transfer window.

Since that day, United have been a completely different animal.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side stormed up the Premier League table to finish third last term and now sit top.

And that is in no small part down to Fernandes, whose winning goal dragged his side into the FA Cup fifth round at the expensive of fierce rivals Liverpool.

Incredibly, no Premier League player has scored OR contributed to more goals in all competitions since Fernandes' debut than the man himself.

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The Man Utd star has scored 28 times – more than any other top-flight star – across the Premier League, FA Cup, Carabao Cup, Champions League and Europa League since last February.

Fernandes has also laid-on 17 assists, taking his goal involvement tally to a whopping 45.

Only Tottenham star Harry Kane comes close, with 40 goal involvements – including 26 goals and 14 assists.

Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah is 11 adrift of Fernandes with 34 goal involvements, with 26 goals and eight assists.


Kane's Spurs team-mate Son Heung-min ranks fourth – also on 34 – with 22 goals and 12 assists.

Manchester City maestro Kevin De Bruyne comes in fifth thanks to his staggering 21 assists and 12 goals, for a total of 33.

Fernandes' Old Trafford team-mate Marcus Rashford completes the top six, with his 18 goals and ten assists giving him a decent tally of 28 goal involvements since last February in all competitions.

The midfielder has now revealed the secret to his success.

Fernandes told the Man Utd website he stays on after training to master his craft so often, boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is forced to kick him out.

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