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EPL: I feel sorry for Bruno Fernandes – Man Utd legend, Paul Scholes


Manchester United legend, Paul Scholes has said that he feels sorry for midfielder Bruno Fernandes following the team’s Premier League 7-0 defeat to Liverpool over the weekend.

Fernandes has been used increasingly off the flank by Man United manager, Erik ten Hag, with Wout Weghorst lining up as a number 10 in recent games.

The Portugal international also started the game against Liverpool from the flank as goals from Mohamed Salah, Darwin Nunez, Cody Gakpo and Roberto Firmino gave Jurgen Klopp’s side the victory.

Speaking after the game, Scholes told Premier League Productions, “I actually feel sorry for him [Fernandes] when he’s played.

“He’s been pushed out to many positions to do a job for the team, he was on the left [against Liverpool].

“He’s been on the right, he’s played through the middle, he has been a little bit all over the place.

“You can’t say any of the players performed the way they should have done but I thought he was especially poor [against Liverpool], it was not his greatest afternoon.”

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