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Bruno Fernandes Finally Misses A Penalty For Manchester United

Bruno Fernandes Finally Misses A Penalty For Manchester United

Bruno Fernandes has finally missed a penalty after a ridiculous record of converting from 12 yards.

The Portuguese international had scored ten consecutive penalties using a whole host of different techniques since joining Manchester United in January but was denied at the eleventh attempt by Newcastle United's Karl Darlow.

Marcus Rashford won a penalty for United following a VAR review and you would have fancied Fernandes to do the business from the spot.

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But his perfect record has come to an end. Prior to his miss tonight, the last goalkeeper to thwart the former Sporting CP man was Miguel Soares during a cup tie vs Loures in October 2018.

He is now a property consultant as well as a player with Pero Pinheiro.

"The save was a great moment. The secret was the small movement I made to the left," he told the Daily Star.

"Bruno looks at the keeper when he takes a penalty, so I did the same to him. I feigned to dive to the left, and went to the right.

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"I wanted to make Bruno take his decision as late as possible. I didn't want to make his life easier.

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"We took Sporting all the way to extra time, and still gave them a scare before they won 2-1."

His last miss in a league game was a whopping 1659 days ago for Udinese against Napoli in Serie A and he went on to score a total of 18 in a row after it.

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Topics: Bruno Fernandes, Football News, Football, Manchester United, Premier League, Penalty, Newcastle United

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