Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes said that quality top to bottom is behind the unbeaten pursued of the club his brace enabled Brighton to see off.
Fernandes scored twice in the Premier League as in-structure United outclassed Brighton 3-0 on Tuesday to stretch out their triumphant rush to 15 matches in all rivalries.
After the initial strike by Mason Greenwood, the January recruit and previous Sporting captain Fernandes stole the display with goals at the Amex Stadium in the 29th and 50th minutes.
Joined went eight non-defeat Premier League games to be fifth and two points ahead of Chelsea – facing West Ham on Wednesday with six matches remaining in the Champions League qualification race.
Fernandes, who scored five goals in eight league appearances, told MUTV: “In the last games, Scotty McTominay and Fred played well and we’ve had a ton of positive outcomes. Presently it’s Nema, Paul Pogba, and myself, sometimes Andy Pereira or Juan Mata will play no.10 or Jesse Lingard. We have a lot of qualities and I don’t believe it’s fair to the folks who’re simply considering me and Paul.
“We have so much quality and that’s getting higher as we’re cooperating and we’re pushing each other. I know whether I’m bad, there will be another player playing. And I should be on the training ground at my best. To help the team, I should be more grounded and better. Everyone feels the same way and that’s the reason we play along these lines and the outcomes are coming. We realize we have to give a valiant effort and we have such great quality,” he added.
Joined have not tasted defeat since losing 2-0 to Burnley in January – holding 11 clean sheets – and Portuguese midfielder Fernandes has added: “You should be concentrated and offer everything to the squad, to the club.