Manchester United midfielder, Bruno Fernandes, has made an important call to his teammates, urging them to show more leadership.
United beat Everton 3-1 away from Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon, to record their first win in three matches, and ease the pressure on manager, Olé Gunnar Solskjaer.
Prior to the game, there had been calls for more leadership from a few key players, like Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba, and after Saturday’s win, Fernandes seemed to re-echo the same thoughts.
Speaking on BT Sport, the Portuguese said, “I think we know inside of the dressing room what we have to do, the players that we have.
“Everyone needs to be a leader. Some are the mute leaders, they don’t talk too much but they’re doing the right things.
“Others need to speak a little bit more to be more part of the game, to feel more part of the game.
“But the point is, in the end of the game, taking the three points is for everyone, not just for one player.”
Fernandes showed good leadership during the encounter on Saturday, by having a hand in United’s three goals on the afternoon.
The former Sporting Lisbon man scored twice, and handed Edinson Cavani his first for United.