Bruno Fernandes shone for Manchester United as they whipped Club Brugge 5-0 in their Europa League most recent 32 second-leg tie, winning 6-1 on the total.
Fernandes Bruno scored his second United goal when he changed over from the spot in the 27th moment – three minutes and 40 seconds after it was granted – when Simon Deli stuck his arm out at a Daniel James shot, with VAR interceding to affirm the choice.
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Portugal worldwide was likewise the beginning stage for the following two goals, with Odion Ighalo (34) scoring without precedent for a United shirt before Scott McTominay (41) drove an exertion home on his first beginning since Boxing Day.
It looked like Brugge would see out the second half without surrendering, however, two goals in the last 11 minutes intensified their hopelessness. Both were scored by Fred as well, diverting home from a Jesse Lingard cut-back (82) preceding a deafening second with the last kick of the game (90+3).
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side has now gone seven games unbeaten in all rivalries – with just Brugge scoring against them in the main leg during that run – and will find their next adversaries in the Europa League keep going 16 draws on Friday.