Bruno Fernandes, best player in the Premier League in February

first_imgPremier League* Data updated as of March 16, 2020 Bruno Fernandes, Manchester United midfielder, was voted the best player in the Premier League in February. The Portuguese, who came to United in the winter market from Sporting of Portugal, has played in February three meetings with the ‘Red Devils’. “Since I was a child it has been a dream to play for Manchester United and being at Old Trafford is the biggest dream of my career”Fernandes explained in statements to the Premier League.“When you come to a new club you always want to score, the first goal is special. No matter how the goal is, the important thing is that it be worth something. I am happy with my start, but from now on I have to give more”he added. Fernandes has been chosen above Marcos Alonso, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Matt Doherty Y Nick pope. 18 He debuted in the zero draw against him Wolverhampton Wanderers, playing 55 minutes, to then start against Chelsea giving an assistance, and against the Watford, scoring a goal and giving other assistance.last_img read more

We can change Indian boxings destiny: Sarita Devi

first_imgKolkata, Feb 20 (PTI) Former world champion L Sarita Devi today lamented on the long-dragging administrative mess in Indian boxing but said it is up to the countrys boxers to rise above this crisis with their performance at the Rio Olympics. India does not have a national federation after the International Boxing Association (AIBA) terminated Boxing India last year. The sport is being administered by an ad-hoc committee. “At this moment, boxing can go either way, we cant say which way. Its at crossroads but the destiny is in our hands. If we do well and put India on top at Olympics, the future will definitely be shining again,” the Glasgow Commonwealth Games bronze medallist told PTI here today. “No doubt its frustrating for the young boxers that they dont have any tournaments. Theyre training hard but clueless about their competitions. Hopefully things will be fine soon,” she added. Having served a one-year ban for her infamous emotional outburst after a controversial semifinal loss in the 2014 Asian Games, Sarita returned to the competitive arena during a training-cum-competition trip to China last year and now won a gold in the recently-concluded South Asian Games in Shillong. “It was my first major competition after the ban and winning gave me a huge confidence ahead of the Olympic qualification (Zonal qualifiers in Qianan from March 23-April 3). It was great to win in front of the home crowd,” Sarita, who was here to take part in 4km Run For A Champ Who Refused To Give Up, organised by International Institute of Hotel Management, said. In a stiff final bout during the South Asian Games, Sarita prevailed over Sri Lankas M Vidushika Prabadhi amid loud cheers and she described the atmosphere better than the World Championship win in Delhi in 2006. “It was a lovely atmosphere, I could say even better than it was in Delhi,” said Sarita. During the one-year ban by AIBA, Sarita underwent a surgery on her right wrist, which she said is “perfect” now. “Its perfect now and I dont feel any pain during my bouts at the SAG. We have been training hard and its time to earn the Olympic berths. Thats the main focus,” she said. PTI TAP CM CMadvertisementlast_img read more