Bruno Fernandes has named the best game he featured in Manchester United colours since joining them in January.
Fernandes has been a breath of fresh air in the United team with the team having improved since his arrival and according to the former Sporting Lisbon captain, the game against Watford at Old Trafford has been his best in the Reds colours.
“The game I would like to watch would be the game where I scored my first goal, against Watford, because I want to feel – not exactly how I would feel in the game – but I can feel the game, the atmosphere and everything when I score.
“I can have the motivation to keep training and keep the focus on the return of the game," the Portuguese playmaker did a Q&A session with the official United website.
The game ended with a 3-0 scoreline in favour of United with Fernades scoring a penalty in the tie; it was his first goal for United after joining them on a £47million fee.
The midfielder has gone to score three goals while providing four assists in his nine appearances for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side to date.
The challenge for the 25-year-old and his United teammates is to get up to speed ahead of their tie against Tottenham Hotspur.