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Bruno Fernandes Surprises 17-Year-Old Goalkeeper With Shooting Session And His Technique Is Next Level

Bruno Fernandes Surprises 17-Year-Old Goalkeeper With Shooting Session And His Technique Is Next Level

Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes showcased his impressive shooting ability during a visit to former club Boavista ahead of the new campaign.

The 25-year-old, who spent eight years with the Portuguese side at youth level, decided to surprise 17-year-old goalkeeper Rafael Flores during his visit to the Estádio do Bessa.

Fernandes took part in a fascinating shooting session with the youngster, testing his ability with a number of long-range shots. as well as a few of those trademark 'jump' penalty kicks.

Check out the brilliant clip posted by Boavista's official channel below.

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Bruno posted on social media after the session, saying: "Thank you once again for being willing to help so that I can arrive in the best conditions for the new season."

Like so many other goalkeepers in recent months, Boavista's 17-year-old shot-stopper Rafael Flores wasn't able to save Bruno Fernandes' trademark penalties, but the last man to save one has given every Premier League goalkeeper a vital piece of advice ahead of the new season.

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The midfielder has a perfect record from the spot since joining United, converting his last in total.

He was denied, however, by Miguel Soares during Sporting Lisbon vs Loures in October 2018 - the last time he missed a penalty.

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Soares explained his saving technique to the Daily Star and revealed Fernandes always looks at the keeper when taking his spot kick.

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"The save was a great moment. The secret was the small movement I made to the left.

"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.

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

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

Featured Image Credit: boavistafutebolclube/Instagram

Topics: Training, Bruno Fernandes, Football News, Football, Manchester United, Goalkeeper, Penalty

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Jack Kenmare

Jack Kenmare is a writer at SPORTbible. He's interviewed some of the biggest names in sport, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Pele, Carles Puyol and Tim Henman. He dabbles in all things sport but football is his biggest passion. He was once hit in the head by a wayward strike from Nicky Butt and lived to tell the tale.