“He was so Unprofessional and I was so disappointed. He shouted at me with an insult because I corrected him. I created a lot of chances for him but he refused to score. I don’t know why he wasn’t subbed off. He killed our game today”-Bruno Fernandes makes shock Man United admission on his arrogant teammate after Man City defeat

Bruno Fernandes has made a candid admission following Manchester United’s 3-1 defeat at the Etihad Stadium against Manchester City.

Fernandes, aged 29, played the full 90 minutes as United succumbed to defeat despite initially taking the lead in the first half. The United captain provided the assist for Marcus Rashford, whose powerful strike rattled the net via the crossbar.

Despite United’s valiant defensive efforts, spearheaded by André Onana and Raphaël Varane, Phil Foden managed to break through their resistance with a stunning long-range goal. He would later add another goal to his tally, with Erling Haaland capitalizing on Sofyan Amrabat’s error to seal the game in added time.

Reflecting on the game, Fernandes conceded that although United’s game plan seemed effective, there was a discernible gap in quality between the two sides on the pitch.

“At half time, I mentioned that we were executing our plan well,” Fernandes remarked, as cited by United Zone. “However, the difference in individual quality from Manchester City was evident.”

While this acknowledgment may not come as a surprise to supporters, it is nonetheless disheartening to hear the captain openly concede to such disparities following a defeat where United appeared outmatched by Guardiola’s team.

Fernandes continued, discussing the team’s commitment and defensive efforts in the face of City’s dominance.

“I believe the team demonstrated commitment throughout,” Fernandes expressed to Sky Sports. “We had our opportunities. At times, we retreated too deep, but it’s a challenge defending against City, as they press teams relentlessly.”

Addressing the challenge of securing a spot in the Champions League following the defeat, Fernandes emphasized the importance of winning games for a club like Manchester United.

“Every time we fail to win a match, it’s detrimental to this club,” Fernandes stated. “We understand the expectations of this club, and we strive to win every game we participate in.

“Although we didn’t secure three points today, there’s still a long road ahead. We recognize that not everything is within our control, as other teams must drop points, but we must focus on our responsibilities and perform our best.”

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