Bruno Fernandes against the Chelsea star 4-1

Bruno Fernandes against the Chelsea star 4-1

Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes clashed with Chelsea players after his goal on Thursday night.

Erik ten Hoag’s side beat The Blues 4-1 at Old Trafford to move up to third place in the Premier League and secure a place in the Champions League next season.

Fernandes scored his 12th goal with a penalty kick when Wesley Fobana was brought down in the penalty area.

The Portuguese international decided to stay away from the ball instead of running happily as usual when scoring goals.

After Fernandes covered his ears, a brawl broke out as United’s players ran towards their own area for the restart, angering Chelsea’s players.

Bruno Fernandes (pictured) scored with a penalty kick as Man United beat Chelsea 4-1.

The midfielder went to cheer before covering his ears before starting again

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Asked what sparked the row, Fernandes told Sky Sports: ‘Nothing. I’m just celebrating Col.

‘I’m a little disappointed that I didn’t get my goal; I had a great opportunity that I missed and I’m a little disappointed. That’s it.’

Erik Ten Hag’s men go into Thursday’s match knowing full well that just one point will get them back into Europe’s elite competition.

Casemiro, Anthony Martial, Fernandez and Marcus Rashford scored against Chelsea to ensure they overtake Liverpool in the Europa League for the first time since they lost the final against Sevilla in the 2015-16 season. .

“We know that means a lot.” [to the fans]. For us it is about achieving our goals. “We know we’ll be happy if it’s not Liverpool, but for us it’s getting better,” Fernandez said.

“They (the fans) have been amazing to us. We have won many games at home. They have created a good environment for us. They know how much they mean to us. We appreciate all the efforts.”

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United will be looking to win their second title of the season when they take on Manchester City in the FA Cup final next weekend and Fernandez made it clear the importance of beating Pep Guardiola’s side.

“It’s about winning titles. Someone has to take the trophies. We want to win the FA Cup. We know it’s very important here,” he said.

‘If we win City they will give up three titles but for us we know it’s about getting another title.’