He was so sluggish with the ball that he either slowed down or killed potential attacks. At 1-0, he made a clean stop.

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Could have had an assist in the first half and received one when Bruno Fernandes volleyed in his cross in the second. 7

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It's easy to see why Erik ten Hag called him "immense" on Friday. Alongside Lisandro Martinez, he is calmly authoritative. 8

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Manchester United's excellent start to the Premier League season continued on Saturday, as Bruno Fernandes supplied a clean finish to guide Erik ten Hag's team to a 1-0 win over Southampton at St. Mary's Stadium.

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It is also the club's first back-to-back league victories since February.

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"We did not lose at home two or three seasons ago, but we want to win every game; that's what it's about to play for Manchester United."

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United boss ten Hag stated that while his team may have produced more opportunities at the start of the game, he is pleased with their overall performance.

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Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl feels his team should have been given a penalty in Saturday's loss to Manchester United.

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United won back-to-back games for the first time under Erik ten Hag, with Bruno Fernandes scoring the game's lone goal at St. Mary's Stadium.

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The ball certainly impacted the Scotland international on both arms as he pushed Che Adams for control, but he got penalised since his actions were not malicious.

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