Bruno Fernandes has once again delighted Manchester United fans since his transfer in January and even told Manchester City Coach Pep Guardiola to shut up during the Manchester Derby, MySportDab reports.
Fernandes produced another impressive performance during the first half of the derby with a perfect chip from a free-kick to Anthony Martial, with the forward getting his shot past Ederson for the first goal of the match.
City threw everything at United for the remainder of the game in a bid to equalise but still failed.
The likes of Riyad Mahrez, Sergio Aguero, Raheem Sterling and many were unable to find a breakthrough with frustrations clearly boiling over.
However, Manchester City Coach Pep Guardiola was not happy with the situation during the last stages of the game.
MySportDab reports the City boss was involved in an exchange with Fernandes on the 84 minute as the United star walked past touchline.
Guardiola appeared to be talking to the Portugal international with Fernandes seemingly listening to what he was trying to say.
Then the 25-year-old brought his finger on his lips, telling the City Boss to “Shut Up”.
Fernandes was substituted soon after to a standing ovation from Old Trafford.
The 2-0 win keeps United in the race for a top-four finish after Chelsea thrashed Everton 4-0 earlier on Sunday.
Bruno Fernandes shushing Pep Guardiola is what the Manchester derby is all about 🤣 pic.twitter.com/kvzwivmGBC
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