Manchester United captain Bruno Fernandes is delighted with the team’s hard-fought home win over Brentford on Saturday.
The Portuguese referenced the “Fergie time” goals from Scott McTominay that won the game for his team.
Under the legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson, the club famously earned a reputation for snatching late victories.
Fernandes spoke to reporters (h/t Manchester Evening News) after the game and gave tribute to the legendary manager.
He said: “I know it’s difficult to be on the bench, everyone wants to be playing, but Scott came on for 10 minutes and scored two goals. It’s Fergie time at United, it’s quite normal to score at this time of the game and part of it being Fergie time, it has to be an academy player scoring too.”