Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has criticsed Bruno Fernandes’ display at Chelsea.
The Portuguese looked a shadow of himself during the underwhelming draw at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
The former United midfielder is concerned by the Portuguese’s insipid performances against the big teams.
Speaking to the Premier League Productions after the goalless Chelsea draw, Paul Scholes said: “Bruno Fernandes, I can’t remember him doing anything.
“I don’t remember him creating a chance, I don’t remember him having a shot on goal. So the quality is disappointing, they’ve got to get it better against big clubs.
“Manchester United don’t get up the pitch, they can’t keep the ball in the last third of the pitch because they can’t sustain attacks because they sit too deep.”