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“I get his frustration…” – Man United star getting fed up with teammates vs Bournemouth



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Jamie Redknapp has defended Bruno Fernandes’ frustration after Manchester United’s 2-2 draw against Bournemouth on Saturday evening.

United were fortunate to come away with a point after VAR denied Bournemouth a last-minute penalty.

Erik ten Hag’s side performed poorly throughout the game, but Bruno Fernandes scored twice to ensure United avoided defeat.

The club captain had an OK game overall but did not stop running. It appeared that he was getting fed up with his teammates at the Vitality Stadium, according to Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp.

The former Liverpool midfielder explained his thoughts on Fernandes and believes that his frustration is coming because he cares more than his teammates, with Redknapp singling out Casemiro for his lack of efforts.

“He gets a lot of stick, some of it fair and some of it unfair. He’s the sort of player you want to build around. The frustration comes from him caring more than other people,” he said.

“He sometimes gets himself into situations he shouldn’t, but that’s because he cares. I don’t see other players showing the same sort of attitude.

“I see multiple time Champions League winners walking around and acting like they don’t care.

“I get his frustration, it must drive him insane.”

United have not won in their last four games and have just one win in their last seven Premier League fixtures.

Henry Winter had a similar assessment of Bruno Fernandes after the game, writing:

“Bruno Fernandes moans and moans but Man United would be in an even worse position without him. He creates, scores, takes the pressure of penalties, puts a shift in. And Bruno actually looks like he cares about the team’s fortunes.”