Manchester United have shown signs of their revival by winning more often and bagging clean sheets occasionally this year.
Solskjær has been trying everything he can in order to make things work at United and ultimately a winter signing seems to have solved a handful of issues.
The Norwegian manager managed to rope in Bruno Fernandes from Sporting during the final stages of the January transfer window. Since then, the Portuguese star has been phenomenal for the English side and even registered a goal up his tally in their last fixture.
In such a short amount of time, the 25-year-old has not only displayed a noteworthy level of adaptation to his new surroundings, but has also managed to develop a solid relationship with his new teammates.
Fernandes has been working well with Martial, as the duo have been displaying some decent partnership on and off the pitch lately. And witnessing the pair getting their names registered on the score sheet in their match against Watford was definitely an ecstatic feeling for the Old Trafford faithful.
Further polishing the synergy the duo share, they’ve made a remarkable advancement with Martial scoring in three out of four games in all competitions ever since the midfield maestro started dictating the midfield for the Red Devils.
It’s nonetheless a great moment for the fans when an introduction of a single player results in a morale boost of the whole squad which further results in more victories.
Accordingly, it didn’t really take much time for Fernandes to become a rigid fan-favorite at Old Trafford with his charming football skills.