“It is Disappointing” – Paul Scholes, Ian Wright slam actions of £240,000-per-week Man United star for the lost against Arsenal

“It is Disappointing” – Paul Scholes, Ian Wright slam actions of £240,000-per-week Man United star for the lost against Arsenal

During Sunday’s 3-2 loss to Arsenal, Bruno Fernandes was accused by Paul Scholes and Ian Wright of “searching for a penalty.”

When Fernandes got the chance to pass Aaron Ramsdale and throw the ball into an empty net in the first half’s goalless tie, he called for a penalty.

Instead, he started a collision with the Arsenal goalkeeper, went down, the on-field official signaled play to continue, and he lost a great opportunity.

Someone like Fernandes isn’t really a fan favorite for neutral supporters, unless you are a Manchester United supporter.

The £68 million star (Sky Sports) is known for his antics that can easily enrage opposing fans, and yesterday’s behavior wasn’t any different.

Scholes was not pleased with Fernandes because, according to Premier League Productions (22/01/23 at 5:30 pm), he believed the midfielder preferred to collapse to the ground rather than stand.

He does arrive first, according to Scholes. “I don’t believe Ramsdale makes a move in Fernandes’ direction. I find it disappointing that he did not simply take the ball and score. I believe it to be a very straightforward contact to the left side and a light tap with his left foot.

However, as is well known, modern football players would prefer fall to the ground than stay standing.

The angle at which the ball is entering the net is one of those, said Wright. He could have simply almost stopped it and inserted it. Gabriel was returning there, as we all know.

“His right foot might reach out and touch that. If such is his objective, he cannot go and collect the ball because he has moved with the outside of his foot.

He’s looking for it, isn’t he?, Scholes continued.

“He has got no intention of doing anything other than touching and going down,” Wright retorted.

These so-called bigger games frequently are overshadowed by controversy, with VAR absorbing its fair share of flak.

but, not this time.

It was a vintage classic. It was like having Patrick Vieira and Roy Keane back on the field. Back on the sidelines are Arsene Wenger and Alex Ferguson.

Yesterday, both clubs reverted to the ways of old as they traded blows in one of the games of the season, with Arsenal earning the three points that were rightfully theirs.

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