Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes praised manager Erik ten Hag for making the club more stable and organized.
On Tuesday, the Red Devils defeated Nottingham Forest 3-0. It was a simple victory for them.
Marcus Rashford was in great shape as he scored the first goal and set up Anthony Martial’s second. Fred also scored late, bringing United to within one point of fourth-place Tottenham Hotspur.
Fernandes started the game at Old Trafford and performed admirably for his team.
The Portuguese player made four tackles, intercepted a pass, and cleared the ball. He also made three crucial passes and completed more than 80% of his passes (as per WhoScored).
The 28-year-old is pleased with how his manager, Ten Hag, handles business.
“You enjoy winning games,” Fernandes told NBC Sport (via Mirror). Everyone will be happier if you succeed.
“The strikers want to score goals and set up others, which is always important for everyone.
“I think the most important thing for us is that we found a coach who gave us stability, because we’ve had hard times when our coaches have changed.
“That was something that was missing, and it was very important. That was something I thought was very important for our team to have.
“I believe we were lacking a little bit of that on our team, but I believe everyone now understands that you do what you have to do or you’re out.”
Ten Hag is a fantastic manager
Ten Hag has made a significant impact at United.
After his team was defeated by Brighton & Hove Albion and Brentford at the start of the season, he was instrumental in their comeback.
The 52-year-old has led the Red Devils to victories over Arsenal, Liverpool, and Tottenham Hotspur this season. These victories demonstrate how far they have progressed.
Ten Hag is a strong individual who isn’t afraid to make difficult decisions when he believes they are necessary.
Cristiano Ronaldo was kicked off the Dutch national team after failing to perform well.
He also chastised Ronaldo when the forward refused to play.
Ten Hag has made it clear that bad behavior will not be tolerated now that the Portugal international has left Old Trafford.