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Bruno Fernandes disagrees with Gary Neville after Man Utd’s 3-0 win vs Everton



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Manchester United were convincing winners at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon as they won 3-0 against Everton.

Alejandro Garnacho’s opening goal stole the show on the day as the teenager scored one of the greatest bicycle kicks in Premier League history.

His excellent strike was supported by second-half goals from Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial as United collected another three points.

Towards the end of the game, Sky Sports commentator and former United captain Gary Neville was tasked with choosing the Man of the Match for the game.

He decided on picking Garnacho, with his incredible goal a major reason, however, current captain Bruno Fernandes disagreed with the decision.

The Portuguese star believed that his midfield partner Kobbie Mainoo, who made his first Premier League start, deserved the award and held some special praise for the 18-year-old.

“Great game – for me, man of the match, a great performance and secure on the ball and never puts a foot wrong,” said Bruno of his young teammate to BBC Match of the Day.

“He is always ready to help, for his age he has too much quality. He sees the play before and did so many good things today, he was secure on the ball.”

Mainoo and Garnacho were both replaced midway through the second half but were also the two standout performers for the Reds.

Fernandes was also extremely happy with Garnacho but stresses that he continues to demand the highest standards from the winger because he knows his qualities.

Speaking on the Argentine’s goal, he said: “Superb – something amazing and I have no words to describe it. It is out of this world. Special from a special kid.

“I still expect more from him we are aware of his capabilities we know what he can do in football.”