Manchester United duo Bruno Fernandes and Cristiano Ronaldo have made Manchester United almost difficult to defend against.
Jeorge Bird wrote for Daily Mail: “Manchester United’s opponents already had the considerably difficult task of attempting to limit the threat of Bruno Fernandes, but the arrival of his compatriot Cristiano Ronaldo could make Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side almost impossible to defend against at times.
“The job was certainly too much for Newcastle, who slumped to a 4-1 defeat at Old Trafford, with Ronaldo scoring a brace on his return, while Fernandes was also on the scoresheet.
“The pair are already accustomed to playing together for Portugal and Fernandes’ ability to locate his team-mate with precise passes spells trouble for the rest of the Premier League.
“Ronaldo’s movement and appreciation of space is of an extremely high standard, and he can also bring Fernandes, who relishes pushing forward from midfield, into play at key moments.
“Devising a way to stop the two Portuguese stars certainly won’t be easy and the early signs suggest that United will be prolific this season, with Ronaldo helping to bring the best out of his team-mates.”