Bruno Fernandes won the Premier League Player of the Month award for June.

Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes has won the Premier League’s Player of the Month award for the second month in a row, after a show-stopping performance in June for the Portuguese midfielder.

Bruno has played no small part in United’s recent revival which has some tentatively touted the club for a 2020/21 title challenge. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looked written off earlier this season but his January addition from Sporting CP has helped revitalize the club, who now look like a good bet to qualify for the Champions League. are

He has done it again! ? @B_Fernandes8 crowned June’s @premierleague POTM? ?? #FUT20 #PL


His goal and assist against Aston Villa on Thursday took him to seven goals and six assists in just ten league matches. One of the best starts to a Premier League career…well, ever.

His exploits before the lockdown won him the last pre-Covid Player of the Month award, and after returning with a bang – helping United to remain unbeaten in June – he is the league’s holder of the award. Only the seventh player in history to do so.

Bruno Fernandes is only the 7th player in history to win the Premier League Player of the Month award in consecutive months #mulive [pl]

— utdreport (@utdreport) July 10, 2020

June began for United with a trip to Tottenham, where they were staring down the barrel of defeat before Bruno stepped up from the spot to grab a crucial spot.

Two highly impressive 3-0 victories followed in which Fernandes impressed – pulling all the strings against Sheffield United, before going full Hollywood and hitting a double against Brighton.

He ended the month with three goals in three league appearances, and emerged top of a six-man shortlist that included team-mate Anthony Martial, Southampton striker Danny Ings, Wolves duo Raul Jimenez and Conor Cody, and Newcastle’s impressive Frenchman Alain Saint-Maximin were included.

What is Bruno Fernandes signing for @ManUtd ?

— 90 Minutes (@90min_Football) July 10, 2020

Bruno and United continue their charge towards Europe with the visit of Southampton on Monday evening, knowing that a win would realistically move them within three points of next season’s Champions League, assuming However, the Manchester City ban remains in place.

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