Bruno Fernandes sends UEFA whining montage hoping for retrospective Bayern ban

Bayern Munich midweek? No ta


Manchester United skipper Bruno Fernandes faces an anxious wait to discover whether he’ll be suspended for tonight’s crucial final Champions League group game against Bayern Munich.

Fernandes received a late yellow card for dissent in United’s 3-0 defeat against Bournemouth on Saturday ruling him out of his side’s clash with Liverpool this weekend.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 03: Bruno Fernandes of Manchester United looks dejected during the UEFA Champions League match between Manchester United and Galatasaray A.S at Old Trafford on October 03, 2023 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

And with United’s European hopes hanging in the balance, their captain is hoping for a retrospective ban after sending UEFA a compilation of his worst antics during the group stages.

‘It’s a highlight reel of all my sh*thousing’, Fernandes told Paddy Power News.

‘Look, this is a good one of me whining at the ref when he sent off Marcus in Copenhagen. Worth a yellow, I’d say’, said the Portuguese while pointing at the video.

‘Here’s another of me taunting the Galatasaray fans in Istanbul after sticking one in the top corner. Could’ve started a riot there. Definite red for me’.

‘Shoved the lino here. Obvious red.

‘With a bit of luck, could miss the whole Europa Conference League campaign next season’, he added.

United boss Erik ten Hag admitted it’s just a waiting game now while UEFA study the footage.

‘It’s out of our handsch’, the Dutchman told Paddy Power News.

‘We hope UEFA forgives all the sh*thousing because with Bruno in the team we stand a much better chance against Bayern of keeping the score under eight

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 02: Erik ten Hag, Manager of Manchester United, speaks to the media during the UEFA Champions League Press Conference at Carrington Training Ground on October 02, 2023 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Charlotte Tattersall/Getty Images)

Meanwhile, Ten Hag confirmed the club sent a second video to UEFA in the hope that another of their players receives a retrospective ban.

‘As you can see from the disturbing images here, Anthony Martial jumps over the advertising hoarding and launches a Kung Fu attack on a Crystal Palace supporter’, said the former Ajax boss.

‘Ok, it’s a deepfake of the Cantona incident. But let’s hope UEFA fall for it and ban the useless t**t for life?’, he grinned.

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