“My 2 Goals Make No Sense”: Bruno Fernandes Reveals Why He Doesn’t Rate His Goal vs Villa

“I am not happy at all,” told Bruno Fernandes in his post-match interview with Sky Sports.

“Everyone is happy to score goals, but I prefer to win the game.

“I prefer to take away my two goals and let someone else score and win the game — today my two goals make no sense because we only got one point and not three.”

Bruno, who was the captain in the 2-2 draw against Aston Villa, showed real intent with his brace and led from the front.

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However, we were let down by the midfield as well as the delay in making the right substitutions.

Even when Ralf Rangnick did substitute, he took off impactful players like Anthony Elanga and Bruno while leaving Edinson Cavani on the field.

It wasn’t Edi’s game at all and Manchester United need to reflect on this result as there were plenty of important takeaways.

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