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Footage of Bruno Fernandes leaving the stadium will worry Man Utd fans ahead of Man City clash

Footage of Bruno Fernandes leaving the stadium will worry Man Utd fans ahead of Man City clash

Bruno Fernandes played the whole game against Nottingham Forest despite carrying a knock.

Worrying footage of Bruno Fernandes emerged online following Manchester United's victory over Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup.

Man United secured their spot in the quarter-finals after beating Forest 1-0 on Wednesday.

Casemiro headed home Fernandes' free-kick in the 89th minute to set up a blockbuster tie against old rivals Liverpool.

Man United returned to winning ways having lost 2-1 to Fulham in the Premier League.

The Red Devils resume their league campaign on Sunday when they face cross-town rivals Manchester City.

And ahead of their Etihad clash, Erik ten Hag seems to have been dealt an injury blow, with Fernandes limping as he left the City Ground.

The 29-year-old was a doubt for the game with a knock but played the entire match.

Remarkably, he's still never missed a game for Man United through injury.

The video of the Portuguese limping after his team's cup win got fans online talking.

One X user wrote: "Say whatever you want about Bruno but if this whole squad had his commitment, we wouldn’t be in the position we are in. Never missing a United game through injury is mad. Plenty of other players use any hint of an injury as an excuse to get a game off over the recent years."

A second tweeted: "Bruno is one of the most committed players we've ever had.

Fernandes' effort NEVER in question."

A third added: "Just like Marcus Rashford did for so long, this guy plays through so much pain to show out for United."

A fourth said: "Bruno Fernandes was getting lumps kicked out of him all game by the Forest players. They were clearly targeting an injury he sustained against Fulham. Baffles me some of the narratives around Bruno, he plays no matter what. Proper soldier. He’s a great captain for United."

Samuel Luckhurst, however, expects him to start against the Blues.

Ten Hag's charges trail Pep Guardiola's team by 15 points ahead of their crunch meeting.

Featured Image Credit: Samuel Luckhurst/Getty

Topics: Manchester United, Bruno Fernandes, Manchester City, Fan Reactions, Football