STATS SHOCKER: The Porugal disaster of Man Utd ace Fernandes

Portugal's midfielder Bruno Fernandes runs during the UEFA EURO 2020 Group F football match between Hungary and Portugal at the Puskas Arena in Budapest on June 15, 2021. (Photo by BERNADETT SZABO / POOL / AFP) (Photo by BERNADETT SZABO/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes was a massive flop for Portugal at Euro 2020.

Portugal’s title defence was ended by Belgium at the round of 16 this week.

Last season, Fernandes was involved in a staggering 46 goals – scoring 28 and adding a further 18 assists – in all competitions.

But in four games at Euro 2020, the Old Trafford ace, 26, managed zero goals, zero assists and only played an average of 51.5 minutes per game, reports The Sun.

Fernandes started the first two group games against Hungary and Germany – but was hauled off in both.

He played just 206 out of a possible 360 minutes at the Euros.

Fernandes’ shots per game rate slipped to below half his 2020-21 club tally of 3.5. His passing – while more accurate – was down too, at 37 per 90 minutes, compared to 60 for United.

Fernandes completed ZERO dribbles all tournament, with his tackling and chances created records down

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