- Bruno Fernandes was caught on camera giving tactical advise to his teammate Eric Bailly
- The Ivorian defender had a shaky start in Man United's Carabao Cup win away at Luton
- The Portuguese went on to make as much contribution when he was introduced late in the second half
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Bruno Fernandes was on Tuesday night, September 22, spotted giving tactical instructions to a Man United teammate from the sideline during his side's Carabao Cup win over Luton.
Fernandes was benched for this particular clash alongside a number of first team players before he was introduced deep in the second half.
He went on to double United's lead after Juan Mata's first-half opener, before setting up Mason Greenwood for a third at stoppage time.
But the Portuguese playmaker contributed far more than his goal and assist as he proved to be an integral squad member for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The 26-year-old was seen speaking to Eric Bailly who had started at the heart of defence as the rest of the teammates were warming up on the sidelines.
The midfielder appeared to be giving instructions to the Ivorian about this pass selection following a shaky first half.
That was a continuation Bruno's clear leadership on and off the pitch, having stepped up to fill the void last season in the absence of Paul Pogba.
He was pivotal in the Red Devils' campaign that saw them seal a third place finish last season.
He will be hoping to help the side finish on a high this season despite a poor start to the campaign following United's 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace in their opener last weekend.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported A goal each from Juan Mata, Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood were all Manchester United needed to cruise to the fourth round of the EFL Cup.
The Red Devils had to step up their game towards the end of the meeting to ensure absolute victory over Championship side, Luton Town in the third round of their encounter.
Though not convincing early enough in the opening half of the fixture, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer bounced back to winning ways after their 3-1 Premier League defeat to Crystal Palace at Old Trafford a few days ago.
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