Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes has blamed coach Ole Gunnar Soulshire and his players for the embarrassing 4-1 defeat to Watford.
Manchester United have lost five of their last seven Premier League appearances against Watford. The Red Devils trailed by two goals in the first half, but were converted by Donnie van de Beek early in the second half, but Watford scored in the 90 + 2 and 90 + 6 minutes to seal the victory.
Speaking to Bean Sport after the match, Fernandes said it was not just the coach’s fault but everyone’s fault. In the words of Fernandes: “It’s not enough to play just one half of these games in the Premier League.
“In the second half [ആവശ്യമുള്ള] I think there was an attitude, but in the first half everyone was very slow. We don’t tackle, we don’t win duels – you have to win it against these teams. You should show the same intensity that they show, and then try to show your quality and why you are playing for Manchester United.
“It’s everyone’s fault. It’s the coach’s or one or two players’ fault [തെറ്റല്ല], Belongs to everyone. Everyone has to do better, and everyone has to take responsibility. “
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