Bruno Fernandes sparked a MU comeback against Southampton and matched the achievements that many of the top strikers did. MU was led by Southampton to 2 goals in the first half but Bruno Fernandes initiated a comeback to end with a 3-2 victory.

A 1-2 equalizer meant that Fernandes scored in the fifth consecutive Premier League game for Man Utd, matching the achievements that Ruud van Nistelrooy, Robin van Persie, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic once achieved in the red shirt.

The goal came after the Portuguese midfielder conceded Leicester City, Brighton, Newcastle, and Everton respectively. Fernandes has quickly become a key figure for MU since moving to Old Trafford in January with a clear mark in his gameplay.

In addition to scoring forte, Fernandes also has a tendency to create and create conditions for Cavani to equalize for MU. For his part, Cavani has gone down in history when he became the second MU player – after Van Nistelrooy – to score and assist after coming on as a substitute in an away match.

Fernandes scored the first goal of MU’s comeback

Fernandes’s goals and assists also cemented his value for the team, while also showing the problem manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer faced in exploiting the midfielder.

Fernandes can level the legendary MU record 56 years

Bruno Fernandes is facing the opportunity to level the 56-year record of legendary MU Denis Law tonight against West Ham.

If Bruno Fernandes scores against West Ham, he will equalize the legendary Denis Law record that has existed for 56 years. The former Scottish player has scored in six consecutive away games for MU in the Premier League, which was set up in March 1964.

Denis Law holds the scoring record in 6 consecutive away matches for MU

Currently, Bruno Fernandes has scored in 5 consecutive away matches for MU including Leicester, Brighton, Newcastle, Everton, and Southampton, a total of 6 goals.

The ability of Fernandes to level the record of legendary Denis Law is very large if you look at the scoring record of the Portuguese midfielder. He scored 15 goals for MU in the Premier League and mainly scored goals away from home, a total of 11 goals (73.3%).

Fernandes has scored in 5 consecutive away games for MU

Of the players who have scored at least 15 goals in the Premier League, only former Bolton and Norwich Johan Elmander have a 73.7% higher away goal.

Since joining MU in January this year, Fernandes has 22 goals and 13 assists in 37 games. In the Premier League alone, Fernandes has 15 goals and 10 assists in 23 matches. With this achievement, he directly participated in 58% of MU goals.