“Leaving [Bruno] Fernandes out was a tough decision to make,” Ralf Rangnick told MUTV ahead of facing Wolves.
“He is one of our most important creative players, but we played well against Burnley, so stayed with the same formation we played against them.”
The Manchester United midfielder missed the earlier clash through a suspension but was on bench against Wolves this Monday.
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Somehow, Manchester United missed the creativity of the Portuguese maestro as the Red Devils were defeated 1-0 at home by Wolves.
Ralf Rangnick’s men are now highly under intense pressure as they keep going further off the top-4 places with Tottenham and Arsenal having an edge over them right now.