Bruno Fernandes disagrees with Manchester United fans after a humiliating defeat at Watford.


Bruno Fernandes disagrees with enraged Manchester United fans after a humiliating defeat at Watford.

Manchester United’s performance in Saturday’s 4-1 loss to Watford was criticized by Bruno Fernandes.

After Manchester United’s humiliating 4-1 loss to Watford on Saturday, Bruno Fernandes slammed his own and his teammates’ performance.

Many of the club’s die-hard fans are calling for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s head after the club’s fourth league defeat in five games, but Fernandes has defended his manager, claiming that the players, not the Norwegian, are to blame.

After an embarrassing loss to the recently promoted Hornets in Hertfordshire, United suffered arguably their most humiliating defeat of the season.

United were defeated once again by goals from Joshua King, Ismaila Sarr, Joao Pedro, and Emmanuel Dennis, leaving them with just four points from a possible 27 in the league.

After United’s worst run since the turn of the century, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has taken the brunt of the criticism.

But Fernandes has stepped up to the plate and backed his manager, criticizing himself and his teammates for their roles in what has become a tumultuous season.

“We only did that for one half,” Fernandes told beIN Sport. “It’s not enough.”

“Playing like that for just one half in the Premier League isn’t enough in these types of games.”

“Watford is a good team; they’re aggressive, they’ve got quality up front, and if you give them chances, they’ll score.”

“For many games, that has been a problem for us.

The attitude was there in the second half, but everyone was too sloppy in the first.

“We don’t try, we don’t tackle, and we don’t win our duels because we don’t go out on the front foot.”

You must win against these teams.

“You must try to match their intensity, show your quality, and demonstrate why you play for Manchester United.”

“It is the fault of everyone.”

It isn’t the coach’s fault, nor is it the fault of a single player; it is the fault of everyone.

“Everyone must take responsibility, and everyone must improve.”

Fans booed the Hornets off the field, seemingly disrupting the team’s harmony.

If results in the Premier League go against United tomorrow, they could drop as low as ninth.

And with Maguire out of the game due to the United captain’s dismissal.

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