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Che Adams scored from distance to open the scoring at St Mary's on Sunday.
But Man United fans aren't happy with the game being allowed to carry on following Jack Stephens' challenge on Fernandes.
The Portuguese star was robbed off the ball, with Stephens going through him to retrieve the ball before setting up his side's attack.
Breakthrough for Southampton! :innocent:
Jack Stephens wins the ball from Bruno Fernandes high up the pitch and Che Adams' deflected effort beats David de Gea! :dart: pic.twitter.com/rss9XapU9l
- Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) August 22, 2021
From there, Stephens picked out Moussa Djenepo who played a pass to Adam Armstrong, who set up Adams for the goal.
The decision NOT to blow for a foul was the main takeaway from the first half.
Stephens clatters through Fernandes in the lead up to that goal. It's a clear and obvious miss by the referee. #mufc #SOUMUN
- Solskjær (@Vict0rMeldrew) August 22, 2021
Fernandes still moaning even though it was a cracking challenge from stephens :sob::joy:
- Ross:star::star: (@Rxss_w) August 22, 2021
How is fernandes booked for dissent but stephens not for the same thing 10mins earlier #mufc #SOUMUN
- danny clay (@dannyclay1986) August 22, 2021
HOW is Fernandes claiming a foul? Stephens got the ball very clearly! #SOUMUN 1-0
- Theo M-T:race_car::soccer: (@_BowenKnight_24) August 22, 2021
On Southampton's goal, one tweeted: "Undeserved, clear foul on Fernandes."
A second wrote: "Bruno was too soft on the ball."
A third added: "Bruno at fault, playing netball expecting a foul for nothing."
Was it a foul on Fernandes? Let us know.
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