Manchester United beat Everton 2-0 on Saturday afternoon thanks to two penalties won by Alejandro Garncho.

Bruno Fernandes, our regular penalty taker, scored the first before offering the second to Marcus Rashford.

Speaking to the media afterwards, Fernandes revealed that he was confident of scoring a second but wanted to give the goalkeeper more to think about by switching up the penalty-taker.

Obviously, as I said many times, we have more than one penalty-taker and we have a list in the dressing room. Marcus is the second name as a penalty taker and I am more than confident whenever Marcus steps up to take a penalty. I am more than confident that he can have the same effect as me.

I did score the first one but I felt that with the second one, we should have changed because it then moves the mind a little bit of the goalkeeper. He has to move differently, he has to adapt to a different kind of penalty-taker, so I think it was the best decision for the team in order to help us get another goal.

It was not because I wasn’t confident I would score, because I was, but because I spoke to Marcus and asked him if he wanted to take it. He said: ‘I would be happy to take one’, so I said ‘go ahead’.

Erik ten Hag was asked about the penalty decision after the game.

They decided on the pitch, we have more very good penalty-takers in our squad. Bruno is one, Rashy is one, Casemiro is one, Christian Eriksen is one. So we have more. Also, even others. That’s very good when you have that in your squad and when you get, at such notice, two different penalty-takers, it’s more difficult for the opposition goalkeeper.