Man United fans are disgusted with Bruno Fernandes' comments on Alejandro Garnacho at full-time, they're furious
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Manchester United fans are disgusted with comments made by Bruno Fernandes about Alejandro Garnacho after the youngster scored his first goal for the club.
And he made the most of the opportunity yet again by notching his first ever professional goal. Cristiano Ronaldo, who Garnacho idolises and still fanboys over, played him in behind and the Argentine starlet darted in behind before supplying a superb finish with his left foot.
After getting permission from Ronaldo, he mimicked the five-time Ballon d'Or winner's new celebration.
When he's not having his hat stolen and booted away by Scott McTominay, Garnacho looks like he is at home in United's first-team and has excited fans with his flair on the left flank.
However, Fernandes, has claimed Garnacho "didn't have the best attitude" going into the season and that is why he had to wait for opportunities.
"He was good but he knows we expect at lot from him. He's still really young. He's doing really well," Fernandes told BT Sport after the 1-1 draw.
"At the beginning of the season, not at his best, in the tour he didn't have the best attitude that he should have and that's why he didn't get his chances until now. Now he's getting chances because he's training better, he's having a better attitude and he deserves his chances."
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"Now he's changed that, he's starting to get his chances!"
Bruno Fernandes claims we're only beginning to see more of Alejandro Garnacho now due to his poor attitude at the start of the season! 👀
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But the comments from Fernandes didn't go well with United fans given Garnacho had just had his big moment for the club.
One fan asked: "Who does this guy think he is?"
Another said: "Why on earth did he say this."
A third commented: "We are finished with this idiot playing a key role in this team. Imagine one of our worst players talking like this while also being co captain to another terrible player."
A fourth wrote: "No way he said this, acting like he doesn’t drop stinkers every game."
A fifth tweeted: "He thinks he's the manager lol."
Ten Hag said similar about Garnacho after his showing at Old Trafford last week when he admitted he was "not happy" with the former Atletico Madrid youngster at the beginning of his tenure.
Garnacho was replaced in the 82nd minute by Harry Maguire, who was thrown up front for United as they looked for a second goal that would have seen them qualify as group winners.
It didn't come and so second-placed United could come up against the likes of Barcelona, Juventus and Sporting in the Europa League knockout play-off round.