Nine times Bruno Fernandes has brutally trolled a Man Utd team-mate

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While Bruno Fernandes has made an immediate impact at Manchester United, he’s also displayed his ruthless streak off the pitch. 

Despite only joining the club in January 2020, Fernandes is already a huge fans’ favourite and his performances have helped United climb up the Premier League table.

We’ve taken a look at nine times where the midfielder has trolled one of his team-mates since moving to Old Trafford.

Scott McTominay

McTominay clearly used his time in lockdown productively and made sure to share a picture of his ripped physique on social media. 

Reacting to the picture, Fernandes jokingly reminded his team-mate that he needs to remember to do some work on his football skills too.

Fred

It’s fair to say Fred won’t be taking many free-kicks for United this season.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Wan-Bissaka’s goal against Newcastle United in October 2020 was his first strike in senior football and it certainly took everybody by surprise.

Anthony Martial

Fernandes was quick to joke with Martial on social media about his lack of headed finishes following United’s 2-0 win over Chelsea in February 2020. 

The Portugal international also told Martial: “Next time I pass to you, try to not to miss it”, with Martial replying “give me a better pass”.

After the duo linked up for a goal against Manchester City in March 2020, Fernandes said: “Finally you scored with my assist”.

Marcus Rashford

While Rashford scored in United’s 3-1 win over West Ham, he also missed a great chance after being set through on goal by Fernandes. 

The 26-year-old congratulated his team-mate after the game but couldn’t resist a light-hearted dig about that miss. 

Nathan Bishop

During a training session at Carrington, Fernandes humiliated Bishop by lofting a delicate finish over the young goalkeeper. 

Just to rub salt into his wounds, the midfielder then shared the video on Instagram and also added a message reading “Sorry @nathanbishop30” alongside an emoji.

Scott McTominay

McTominay was United’s unlikely hero against Leeds, becoming the first player in Premier League history to net twice inside the opening three minutes of a match.

Fernandes was clearly stunned by McTominay’s performance, giving him the nickname “Scottynaldinho” on social media. 

“I think it’s important to know the spirit of the group,” Fernandes told United’s official website. “It is really important. I like to joke with the players. As I’ve said before, we are like a family.

“We spend a lot of time here [at the Aon Training Complex]. We go to the hotels and to the games and have a lot of time together.

“We have to have that connection, a good connection, so we are also having a good connection on the pitch.”

Fred

Considering Fred has just one goal in 61 Premier League appearances for United, Fernandes probably has a point here.

Nemanja Matic

Fernandes is renowned for his competitive streak and certainly enjoyed beating Matic’s team during a training session.


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