Bruno Fernandes, inspiring Manchester United to a 3-1 victory at Everton, believes that each player should be responsible.
Bruno Fernandes explains that
Manchester United player has to act as a manager after encouraging his squad to a 3-1 victory at Everton.
The Red Devils could bring comfort to their leader Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Goodison Park on Saturday as they did recover from several losses to Arsenal and Istanbul Basaksehir.
Fernandes took part in 15 goals (10 scored, five assisted) in his first 10 away games in the
"We know, inside the dressing room, what we have to do, the players we have, and everyone needs to be a leader," he told BT Sport.
"Some of them are the, I don't know how to say it in English, but the [quiet leader], you know? They don't talk too much and they're doing the right things. Others need to speak a little bit more, to be more inside the game, to feel more part of the game.
"The point is, at the end of the game, taking the three points is for everyone, not just for one player."
"I don't care! If Marcus touched it a little bit, it can be his goal. It's no problem for me," he said.
"The most important [thing] for me, as a number 10, is serving my team-mates, as I did in the end for Edi. I had the chance to shoot and maybe look for the hat-trick, but I see Edi along and he had the chance.