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Bruno Fernandes wants to give something back to Manchester United fans

By Harry Smith

Bruno Fernandes wants to give something back to Manchester United fans

Bruno Fernandes wants to win tonight so Manchester United fans can be proud of their team again

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Ahead of tonight’s match against Liverpool, Bruno Fernandes made an appearance in Manchester United media and talked to Helen Evans about his feelings before the match. The 27-year-old midfielder said that he enjoys playing this type of games but admitted they always add a little bit more than pressure on them. 

Bruno believes that a win tonight against Liverpool could be a turning point in Manchester United’s season: “I have been saying this to a lot of people. There is no better game to bounce back from than playing against probably the biggest rival that we have. We have to enjoy the feeling of playing a game like this at Old Trafford with a full stadium again, with the fans backing you”.

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The Portuguese footballer also feels like he and the team are in debt to the fans and owe them a victory tonight: “We know we have to give something back to them. It was a tough season the last one, and a tough beginning of this season, but we have to bounce back, and this is the right time to do it and we have to do it”.

Fernandes describes these games against Liverpool as “life of death” and knows how important they are for the fans: “For us, it’s another three points, nothing more than that but it’s a big game and because we play for them too, we have to give them that joy, to go on Tuesday to work and be proud of their team”.

Big game ahead

Both teams arrive at the match with a chip on their shoulders after neither of them were able to win a single game in the first two fixtures. Liverpool drew in their first two matches and have two points, while Manchester United lost both games and are sitting at the bottom of the Premier League table with zero points.

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