France international striker Anthony Martial became the first Manchester United player to hit a English Premier League treble.
in the same game since departure of former Arsenal Superstar Robin van Persie in 2013, and Fernandes was quick to hail the achievement.
Manchester United and Portuguese Midfielder Bruno fernandes was among the first to send his congratulations.
to the 24 years old Frenchman after he netted first Man Utd hat-trick in the Premier League since sir Alex Ferguson era in 2013.
The former As Monaco forward had never hit a treble himself in his five years at old Trafford.
but banged all three goals for the red devils against Premier League opponent Sheffield United on Wednesday in a typical striker's performance.
The undisputed striker produced first-time finishes for all three of his goals from inside the box.
club star Midfielder Bruno Fernandes has shown real leadership qualities since his summer arrival at old Trafford , and the 25 years old wasted no time adapting to life at Manchester United
Writing on Twitter after the match, the Portuguese midfielder said: "+3. Congratulations on your first hat-trick @AnthonyMartial wearing the Man Utd jersey."
Martial was quick to show his appreciation, responding: "Thanks my bro @B_Fernandes8."
The 24-year-old is clearly enjoying playing with the £67million star, as well as the returning Paul Pogba.
Speaking to MUTV after the game , Martial said: "They’re top players.
"In training we practiced the link-up a lot, today was a very good game, we created a lot of chances.”
england Attacker Marcus Rashford and Spanish International Juan Mata also sent messages to Martial.
Martial performance also drew comparisons with club legend rud van nisterooy as former Blackburn and Chelsea striker Sutton also likened Martial's magnificent display to that of Ruud van Nistelrooy.
"They were typical finishes of a No 9, sniffing them out in the penalty area," Sutton told The Mail. "I’ve always worried about his instinct in the box and
thought he played on the back foot too much, but these goals were what you’d expect from a Ruud van Nistelrooy type."
Sutton added that Martial could be the solution to United's search for a striker if he can reproduce the same form, and boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer revealed he has been working closely with the player.
"We have worked a lot with Anthony on his movement in there and to be patient in there because he's a quality player who can drop out of the box and get some touches," Solskjaer said.
"But that's where you score the goals, and the last one of course was very nice combination play and a great finish."