Bruno Fernandes reacts to Tottenham 1 Man Utd 1 on 19 June 2020

    The home side took an undeserved lead after 27 minutes through Steven Bergwijn, but the Reds remained spirited and noticeably improved after the half-time break in North London. 

    Pogba entered the action on 62 minutes to make his first appearance since Boxing Day and he made a vital contribution, by forcing Eric Dier to foul him inside the penalty area late on. That led to Bruno stepping up and dispatching a cool finish into the bottom corner on 81 minutes. 

    “I think we did very well. It was a difficult game,”

    Fernandes told Sky Sports after the final whistle.

    “We started good with our ideas, but then they scored on the counter, but I think we were all the time in the game. We scored, we had a lot of chances to score more. It’s not enough for us, because we want to win every game, but still it is a good result. We are not happy but it is a good result.”

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