Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed he is unhappy with the Aston Villa player’s misbehavior after Bruno Fernandes missed the penalty.
Saturday’s game at Old Trafford ended in a victory for the visitors. In injury time, the “Red Devils” took a penalty and before the shot, the “Lee Ascended” footballers surrounded the referees. Including Bruno, in the frame, while the defender Emiliano Martinez Villa’s goal suggests he wants Cristiano Ronaldo to score
In the end, Bruno was the killer and fired over the crossbar as some Villa players cheered in front of the Portugal international, angering Solskjaer, who saw it as unsportsmanlike.
“I don’t want to talk about it. But it’s not right that they did that,” said Solskjaer. “I think it should have been someone’s yellow card. But they have achieved what they want.”
“The way they go around the box, go around Bruno… it’s not something I really like.”