Bruno Fernandes Reveals What Man Utd Dressing Room Thinks About Ronaldo
Bruno Fernandes Reveals: In the aftermath of Saturday’s 1-1 draw between Man United and Chelsea, Bruno Fernandes analysed the performance.
According to Bruno Fernandes, the Manchester United players won’t discuss their opinions of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Erik ten Hag was obliged to make Ronaldo train alone at Carrington when he returned to the Old Trafford locker room early on Wednesday night and refused to enter the field. He was also left out of the team to face Chelsea.
Even without Ronaldo, United looked superior in the first half at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, and they were unhappy to lose when Scott McTominay gave up a penalty at a corner in the 86th minute.
Casemiro struck a remarkable equaliser in stoppage time to rescue a draw for his team after Chelsea appeared to be heading for the three points. After the game was over, Fernandes discussed his team’s performance and Ronaldo’s absence.
Bruno Fernandes Reveals:
We had some issues in the midfield following the tactical adjustment with Cucurella leaving and Kovacic entering, but we found our positions and created some opportunities, according to Fernandes, who spoke to Sky Sports.
“We might be up 2-0. They score a penalty goal in the second half, but we never gave up and played with incredible energy, which is how we managed to earn a point. Though it’s not what we wanted, it’s still a valid point.
“I believe that we had the better chances to score. We continue to work despite the fact that we missed. The response following the 1-0 result, the belief that exists, and the incredible sense of unity were the most significant factors for me.
“I was in front so I couldn’t see [foul for penalty]. It’s difficult to discuss, but I told the referee that this type of contact occurs in every Premier League game. It’s challenging if we whistle for this kind of penalty.
“But since I didn’t witness it, I can’t judge if it’s correct or not. We don’t discuss that [Ronaldo], we deal with it internally, and no one else needs to know what we think, wish, or anticipate will happen.
The team’s success is the most essential factor for everyone, especially Cristiano, because we don’t know.