Bruno Fernandes, a midfielder for Manchester United, said that he was to fault for Leeds United’s first-half goal during Wednesday’s 2-2 Premier League match.
Leeds gained possession of the ball after that and scored a goal, so Fernandes admitted guilt and acknowledged he ought to have been tougher in the second duel.
Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho both scored twice in the second half to help Man United come back from being two goals behind to tie with Leeds at Old Trafford.
Naturally, we’re not pleased with the outcome, Fernandes told Premier League Productions.
“Winning the game was our primary objective today. Never did we.
“The team responded well; there was a huge response, and it was wonderful to witness it, but the outcome was not what we expected.
“I should have been stronger in the second duel, I won the first, but in the second I should have been stronger, they grabbed the ball then they scored a goal, it had nothing to do with [team] changes, it doesn’t signify anything,” he said. “We let up a goal in the opening few minutes of the game.
The next game must be anticipated since it is approaching rapidly. They are back and are gone. Once again, it’ll be a huge game, but hopefully with a different outcome for us.