Bruno Fernandes has sent a motivational message on his Twitter account after last week’s disappointing Europa League final loss. Manchester United were held by Villareal for 120 minutes before eventually losing on penalties – a sour ending to a season which promised so much.
Fernandes, United’s outstanding player of the season, has been relentless in his quest to win trophies at the club. The 26-year-old has been consistent in his belief that Manchester United have to win trophies and that another season without one is not acceptable.
Bruno Fernandes has emerged as a leader inside the United dressing room and Solskjær’s right-hand man was visibly hurting on the pitch after the drab loss to Villareal, squashing any suggestion that this group of players don’t care.
— Bruno Fernandes (@B_Fernandes8) June 1, 2021
“The end of this season was a really tough one to take,” he narrates over classic Manchester United images. “The history of this organization was built over wins and trophies.
“It’s our obligation to respect and extend that legacy. But we must remain United, players, staff and fans. Hurting together and rising together. That’s the only way to go. Thank you Reds for your relentless support – United today, United forever.”
Fernandes is now expected to join his international teammates as they prepare for the ‘group of death’ in this summers Euro’s, where they will face Germany, France and Hungary.
Portugal start their campaign against Hungary on June 15.