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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side were flat and 1-0 down just 83 seconds into the game at the Hawthorns after Mbaye Diagne bullied Victor Lindelof in the air.
But the Red Devils pulled level on the stroke of half-time courtesy of their talisman.
After a poor first half, Fernandes reminded everyone of his quality when he produced a stunning left-footed volley that flew past Sam Johnstone in the Baggies goal.
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It's a superb finish from the midfielder, hooking Shaw's cross past Johnstone on the stroke of half-time.
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Another Manchester United game, another Bruno Fernandes belter...- Goal (@goal) February 14, 2021
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He swivelled his body to get on the end of Luke Shaw's cross for his 14th goal of the season and the technique from the Portugal international was nothing short of sublime.
The former Sporting CP midfielder has been involved in a ridiculous 38 Premier League goals since joining the club just over a year ago.
38 - Since his Premier League debut for Manchester United in February 2020, only Lionel Messi and Robert Lewandowski (both 44) have been directly involved in more goals in Europe's big-five leagues than Bruno Fernandes (38 - 22 goals, 16 assists). Special. pic.twitter.com/wHvp0FhUUH- OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) February 14, 2021
He averages a goal or assist every 84 minutes and to dispel the myth that he only scores penalties, no midfielder has scored more goals from open play since he made the move to the English top tier.