Man Utd star Bruno Fernandes branded a ‘hypocrite’ and ‘clown’ after slamming referee as old clip resurfaces


BRUNO FERNANDES has been branded a “hypocrite” for his referee criticism after a video of Manchester United being on the good side of a controversial decision surfaced.

The Man Utd captain was furious after the Red Devils were not awarded a penalty when a shot from Alejandro Garnacho struck the arm of Tottenham defender Cristian Romero.

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Stadium AstroFernandes demanded an apology from Jon Moss after United were denied a penalty against Tottenham[/caption]

But fans replied after a video of his reaction following the Wolves game surfaced

United went on to lose to game 2-0, but post-match Fernandes opted to highlight the penalty decision and demanded an apology from Jon Moss – PGMOL chief of Premier League officials.

He said: “Last week they made a big thing on United not conceding a penalty against Wolves.

“I want to see if Jon Moss also comes to apologise to our dressing room like they said he did to Wolves’ manager.”

The 28-year-old will not face any punishment for his comments.

But fans unearthed a clip of his reaction after Wolves were denied a penalty after Andre Onana clattered Wolves attacker Sasa Kalajdzic without winning the ball.

Following the Wolves clash, which United won 1-0, Fernandes said on the incident: “I don’t know, it’s the way the referee sees it.”

And fans were quick to highlight the seeming double standards of the Portuguese playmaker.

One fan said: “Bruno is a laughing stock when it comes to his opinions on anything other than long passes and set pieces.”


A second wrote: “Bruno Fernandes is the biggest moaner and hypocrite I’ve ever seen!”

“@B_Fernandes8 wasn’t crying about it last week was you! karma!’, followed by a clown emoji,” remarked a third.

A fourth replied: “Fernandes is a clown.”

Another tweeted: “I understand complaining about the refs but at least be consistent.”

United will be back in action against Nottingham Forest on Saturday, hoping to shake off their stuttering start to the season.

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