Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes has revealed that Paul Pogba gave him a piece of advice before netting against Bournemouth.

Fernandes continued his impressive form against the Cherries after he scored a stunner and provided two assists to hand United a comfortable 5-2 win.

The win did not only extend United’s unbeaten run to 16 matches but also marked the third time both Pogba and Fernandes had started alongside each other.

The pair played alongside each other for the first time against Tottenham and have continued to do so since thereafter.

Pogba’s amazing second-half appearance against Spurs handed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer enough reason to bring the World Cup winner back to the starting XI against Sheffield United and the 27-year-old put out a masterclass performance.

At Brighton, both Fernandes and Pogba showed class again as United sealed a fine 3-0. Against Bournemouth on Saturday, the same fine performances came from the duo again.

Many initially thought the return of Pogba from his long-term injury could destroy the mood Fernandes had lifted since making his debut in February.

Man United set Bournemouth apart at Old Trafford

But the France star’s return would rather make Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team much stronger and creative.

United were given a free-kick just outside the penalty spot and both Fernandes and Pogba stood to benefit from the set-piece.

After short talks between both talented midfielders, the Portuguese magnifico restored United’s two-goal lead from the free-kick spot.

Paul Pogba advise help Bruno Fernandes scored a free-kick against Bournemouth

And the self-proclaimed ‘warrior’ has revealed that the advise he received from the Frenchman led to his goal.

Bruno posted on Instagram:“When you trust the @paulpogba advise this is the result πŸ€œπŸΌπŸ€›πŸΏ”

Against Bournemouth, Fernandes scored his sixth goal and provided his fourth and fifth assists in nine Premier League matches.

Man United remain in the fifth position despite their massive win over Bournemouth. Chelsea and Leicester City got the better of their opponents.

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