THIS is the moment Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes snapped at an interviewer who asked about Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Portuguese midfielder was quizzed about his encounter with his team-mate as they met up on international duty.
Twitter@utdreportBruno Fernandes has rejected claims that there is an issue between him and Cristiano Ronaldo[/caption]
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Many interpreted the meeting as icy and awkward with it coming just after Ronaldo’s explosive TalkTV interview with SunSport columnist Pier Morgan.
There were even suggestions of unrest between the two following Ronaldo’s comments about the club.
However, Fernandes has denied these claims and suggested the footage did not show the full story.
When asked about the moment, the spiky midfielder snapped at the reporter: “Why do you say that? They put the sound after. Did you hear with the sound? You have to do it.
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“You know what has happened, it is like in Portugal we have a problem with one of the channels was talking about it being cold for 45 minutes.
“All of a sudden they go on a break and the national team send [the video] with the sound says that he is joking with me.
“They come back and they said there was a joke and they cut that.
“And they said if you want to see again just go back, but if they go back they will see if there was a problem.
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“But if they tell the truth and explained what was in the video then people would know.
“Manchester United would be my focus after the World Cup. I have no problem with anyone.”
On the Piers Morgan interview itself, Fernandes admitted that he has not seen it and is only focused on the World Cup with Portugal.
He added: “I didn’t read the interview, so I am okay with that.
“Now is national team with Portugal. I said to him ‘the coach made the point that it is us’, so he made that point since I came here.
“The main thing here is national team and us, we have to be focused on the World Cup.
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“There is not always a chance to play in a World Cup many times, Cristiano is lucky to play five times. Everyone wants to give the best for the team.”
Portugal start their World Cup campaign against Ghana on November 24.