Bruno Fernandes Shushed Pep Guardiola After Being Substituted In Manchester Derby
Bruno Fernandes made Manchester United fans love him even more when he shushed Pep Guardiola during the club's 2-0 win over Manchester City on Sunday.
In his first Manchester derby appearance, the Portugal international supplied a superb assist for Anthony Martial's opening goal on the half hour mark, which helped earn Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side their third win over their bitter rivals this season.
And he endeared himself even further to his new club when he told Guardiola to be quiet in the second half after he threw the ball away from Fernandes.
It's unclear what exactly the former Sporting CP midfielder said to the City boss but he can clearly be seen putting his finger on his lips, as if to shush the Catalan.
Fernandes' latest impressive performance in a red shirt, and subsquent shushing of Guardiola, comes after he claimed City were not interested in signing him.
"I said many times it looks like we are linked with a thousand million players every month," he told a press conference in the build-up to Sunday's game, as per Goal.
"I don't know if the agents want to create something to do that.
"But I think the club was not in talks with his agent about this player, but they link this guy and a thousand million more.
"I don't know what it means 'my type of player'. I like defenders too and good headers.
"I don't believe too much that these players are perfect for this team and manager. But I think he is an exceptional player and that is why Man United bought him."