Bruno Fernandes has taken to social media to send a message to his Manchester United teammates, after they beat Burnley and went top of the Premier League.
Paul Pogba scored the only goal of the clash on Tuesday in the 71st minute giving Red Devils three important points.
Currently they top the English top flight with 36 points.After the clash, Fernandes wrote on Twitter:
Dwight Yorke has challenged Bruno Fernandes to guide Manchester United to the Premier League title if he wants to become a club legend.
Yorke holds similar status at Old Trafford after being part of a United side which won an unprecedented treble in 1999.
The 49-year-old spent four years at the club, claiming the Premier League title in three of those seasons, and started in the Champions League victory over Bayern Munich – when his former team-mate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stole the headlines after coming off the bench to score the winner.
Yorke was full of praise for the job Solskjaer is doing at United after guiding the club to the top of the Premier League table.
Fernandes has been pivotal to the Red Devils’ resurgence, scoring 27 goals and creating 17 assists in his 48 matches since arriving at Old Trafford from Sporting Lisbon in January last year.
And Yorke told Sky Sports: “He has come in and really lifted the team in a really massive way. Ole deserves a lot of credit for recognising such a player to bring in.
“What he has brought to the team has been second to none.
He has been consistent and a star performer week in, week out, and has mobilised the team and given them an energy which was lacking earlier on in the campaign.