Football Fans Are Loving What Happens If You Type In 'Bruno Fernandes Dive Vs' On Google
The Portuguese international arrived at Old Trafford in January and he has helped transform United in those nine months.
Since his arrival however, other supporters have accused the 26-year-old of mastering the dark arts and throwing himself to the ground with minimal contact.
Twitter user @ffstjay_ has now shared a screenshot which shows the Google results if you type in 'Bruno Fernandes dive vs' and the list is huge.
BRO HAS BEEN HERE FOR 9 MONTHS:sob: pic.twitter.com/fEiXt7vdk7
- :crown: (@ffstjay_) September 27, 2020
10 different games are shown across the Premier League and Europa League and it does not reflect well on the midfielder.
Fans have reacted to the image and they have decided to let their feelings about Fernandes be known.
When he complained about the pen he conceded yesterday I found it simply hilarious. He's Mister PK himself
- Charlie H. Millen (@MarlieChillen) September 27, 2020
:joy::joy::joy::joy: Scenes when they compile Bruno Penandez top 50 goals for Man U and they are all PKs https://t.co/jIHcvwJg5V
- Last PoundedYam Bender JP. (@lucianodube) September 27, 2020
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This Bruno guy is a serial cheat
Na wa https://t.co/NeNlRu36Bm
- S.N.I. (@Sammie_N_IK) September 27, 2020
Fernandes actually gave away a penalty on Saturday afternoon as United took on Brighton & Hove Albion.
He brought down Tariq Lamptey in the area which allowed Neal Maupay to step up and panenka past David de Gea.
But Fernandes would have the last laugh as his injury time penalty clinched a 3-2 victory for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side.
Back in June, the former Sporting Lisbon man was told to remove diving from his game by former Premier League midfielder Danny Murphy.
"But no matter how good you are or how well you speak off the pitch, if you make a habit of trying to win penalties and free-kicks, you won't be admired in the same way," he stated in the Daily Mail.
"At Spurs [in a 1-1 draw last season], he deserved a yellow card for his tumble and as a fan of his I don't want to see him start doing that. I'm sure Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have a word with him about it, and he should do.
"It was right VAR overturned the original penalty decision that would have given United the chance of a late winner, but I agree with Jose Mourinho and don't know why action wasn't then taken against Fernandes.
"I'm hoping he will be embarrassed if he looks back. He doesn't need to indulge in diving and gain a reputation for being public enemy No 1. He is talented enough to win matches and make himself a hero without such antics."
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