Manchester United’s Bruno Fernandes slams Italian newspaper on Instagram over Cristiano Ronaldo post

Ronaldo&aposs contract at Old Trafford was terminated before the start of the World Cup in Qatar and United have won every game since the Al-Nassr player&aposs last appearance for the Reds, with Erik ten Hag&aposs side now on a nine-game winning run after beating Manchester City on Saturday.

United defeated City 2-1 in the Manchester derby thanks to goals from Fernandes and Marcus Rashford and the midfielder told BT Sport after that victory: “[We] used to be individuals, now we are a team. You can see a proper team that works for each other.”

Once that interview aired, Fernandes took to social media to criticise those who suggested that particular comment was a criticism of Ronaldo, and he was active on Instagram again on Monday when responding to a post from La Gazzetta dello Sport.

The newspaper appeared to suggest Fernandes&apos comment was a criticism of Ronaldo by accompanying the quote with a picture of the pair during their time together at United, to which he responded: “Next time call someone who understands English well and then does the translation well!

“In the interview I said that we changed from the match with Liverpool (in August), maybe if Im not mistaken I think Cristiano was still in Manchester, no? Do your job well and not just what comes into your head.”


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