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Video: Bruno Fernandes makes it five for Man United as he blasts home sublime free-kick

Manchester United are well and truly in free-flow in their vital league game against Bournemouth.

The Reds have turned the game around after a shock opener from Bournemouth’s Junior Stanislas.

With three first-half goals coming from Mason GreenwoodMarcus Rashford and Anthony Martial the Reds were on-course to tighten their grip in their race for top-four.

Shortly after the break, Bournemouth were awarded a dubious penalty with thanks to VAR which King slotted home to make the score 3-2, however, moments later youngster Greenwood restored United’s lead to two-goals with a sublime solo effort.

With United’s impressive attacking trio all getting in on the act, it was time for Portuguese sensation Bruno Fernandes to get in on the act. And the exciting midfielder did not disappoint.

The 25-year old creative midfielder stepped up to take a free-kick on the edge of the box and smashed it home. 5-2 at Old Trafford with more goals looking all but certain.

See the goal below, courtesy of BT Sport:

 

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