Bruno Fernandes unhappy despite Manchester United’s comeback in the draw with Leeds.
After Manchester United and Leeds drew 2-2 at home, Bruno Fernandes expressed his disappointment.
Wilfried Gnonto gave Leeds the lead in the opening minute, and Raphael Varane later scored an own goal.
Additionally, with goals from Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho, Erik ten Hag’s team displayed impressive grit to earn a point.
Fernandes, however, was disappointed that United lost the game.
Fernandes emphasized that United should never be two goals down at home. But he also said that the team’s ability to respond will never be a problem.
According to Fernandes, “it’s always two points dropped at our home,” in an interview with MUTV. Everyone must be working hard to come here and score goals and gain points from us. We could have won the game, but we gave a point to Leeds and lost two points ourselves.
“We had the opportunity to win, but we were a little unlucky in a few instances. It’s gone now, and we must focus on the upcoming match.” Now, all we can do is learn from our errors from today and avoid making them again on Sunday.
“2-0 can’t happen at this stadium with the passion and desire we have, but it shouldn’t be a problem.” No matter how far behind we are, we can always fight back and turn things around, especially at home, as we saw today.”
Fernandes commended United’s fans, emphasizing that they had contributed to their ability to regain the initiative.
“Massive thanks to the supporters, who gave us a boost in the final minutes and may have given us the victory. I believe that we deserved the victory, but as I previously stated, “In this stadium, with these players, it will never be a problem to down in the final minutes because we will always fight.”