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Fergie time victory for Man United at Craven Cottage 

Captain Bruno Fernandes netted a stoppage-time goal against Fulham to relieve the pressure on Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag.

Captain Bruno Fernandes netted a stoppage-time goal against Fulham to relieve the pressure on Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag.

In a game that seemed destined to end without a win or a goal for Manchester United, Bruno Fernandes came to the rescue with a crucial late strike. 

Fernandes drilled a low shot past Bernd Leno from the edge of the box following a poor clearance, securing the much-needed victory.

Early Disallowed Goal:

Manchester United’s Scott McTominay appeared to have given his team an eighth-minute lead, but the goal was ruled out for offside after referee John Brooks reviewed the decision using the pitchside monitor. It was a frustrating start for the visitors.

Fernandes’ Persistence:

Before his game-winning strike, Fernandes had already demonstrated his attacking prowess, forcing Bernd Leno into an acrobatic save. His persistence paid off when he netted the decisive goal.

Few Chances in a Disappointing Match:

The game was marked by a lack of clear-cut opportunities, making it a disappointing affair for both teams. Andre Onana, the opposing goalkeeper, made two important saves to deny Harry Wilson and Joao Palhinha.

Fernandes’ late heroics not only secured the win for Manchester United but also provided a much-needed boost in a game that was marked by a scarcity of goalscoring opportunities. This victory underscores the importance of individual moments of brilliance in football.

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