Man Utd Fans Think Wayne Rooney's Reaction To Andreas Pereira Last Night Is Hilarious
Manchester United fans couldn't get over Wayne Rooney 'slapping' Andreas Pereira at full-time last night.
United ran out 3-0 winners against Derby County at Pride Park and both sides embraced following the game.
Rooney approached Pereira and gives him a slap on the cheek much to the shock of the Brazilian.
Check out the clip below.
Wayne Rooney is every Man United fan:
- Therese :flag_no: (@ThereseUTD) March 5, 2020
Fans reacted to the clip and couldn't get enough of the United legend.
Repeat it 100 times till pereira cry :joy::joy:
- hard×army (@hardianramadan) March 5, 2020
Pereira performance summed up by Rooneypic.twitter.com/TBRKOftsH2
- BRUNO SZN¹⁸ (@AC3UTD) March 5, 2020
Rooney had to make sure that Pereira's a real human being after the masterclass he pulled pic.twitter.com/KYoPLWu0gz
- Sue (@suesaura) March 5, 2020
Rooney is still quality miles ahead of our Pereira and Lingard
- R:spades: (@rumaj34) March 5, 2020
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rooney be like : how are you still in man utd? and slaps the senses out of pereira https://t.co/MMvSQdxE0K
- Mifah (@fhmiskry) March 5, 2020
He also had a word with young full-back Brandon Williams before heading down the tunnel.
Williams has made his first team breakthrough this season and has been praised for his no-nonsense attitude.
It looks to have caught the eye of the former England international.
the way brandon williams just lurks in the back to make sure he shakes rooney's hand:sob::sob::sob:then they end up haveing a whole ass convo :pensive::pensive:pic.twitter.com/KFzkNU36Hs
- big glock horizontal (@deendaviids) March 5, 2020
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side booked their place in the FA Cup quarter-final with a dominant display at Pride Park.
Luke Shaw opened the scoring after his shot took a deflection off the back of Jesse Lingard in the first half.
Odion Ighalo doubled United's lead just before half-time with a cool finish inside the box.
The Nigerian forward doubled his tally in the second half after blasting the ball past a helpless Kelle Roos.
Rooney nearly managed a late consolation via a free-kick but Sergio Romero tipped it over to deny the 34-year-old.
"Everyone loves Wayne, all the supporters at Manchester United appreciate what he did," Solskjaer explained after the game.
"He played well. He shows class and sometimes he has too much time on the ball for my liking."
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