“We cuddled there for two seconds!” Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes reveals he’s made up with teammate Victor Lindelof after their row on the field after Sevilla’s Europa League winner
- Sevilla’s winner against Manchester United ensured a row on the field
- Teammates Bruno Fernandes and Victor Lindelof had a big fight
- However, Fernandes says the pair got back on track quickly after losing the Europa League
- Fernandes and Lindelof speak Portuguese and are sitting nearby in the dressing room
- The Swedish star seemed to call the midfielder ‘a son of ab ****’ in Portuguese
Bruno Fernandes insists he has quickly re-established his relationship with Victor Lindelof after their furious fight on the field following Sevilla’s Europa League match winner last month.
The Manchester United pair were caught on camera yelling at each other after the winner of Luuk de Jong in the semifinal in Cologne, with Lindelof Fernandes appearing to tell ‘f *** you’ followed by ‘Filho da Puta’ in Portuguese against his midfield teammate – which translates as ‘son of ab ****’.
United crashed and lost 2-1, and now Portuguese midfielder Fernandes addressed the aftermath and his close relationship with Swedish defender Lindelof.
Bruno Fernandes and Victor Lindelof had a huge fight on the field after the match winner of Sevilla
Fernandes downplayed the queue and now adds that his relationship with Lindelof is good
“He is one of the people I have the best relationship with in the club, also because he speaks Portuguese, and as everyone saw, he speaks well,” Fernandes told the Portuguese outlet. A Bola.
‘Those were clearly the first words he learned in Portugal, it’s always what we teach them.
But it was a game situation that nobody took to heart. It ended and we went straight to our countries, him to Sweden and I to Portugal.
When we said goodbye, we hugged each other, leaned our heads and didn’t even have to talk to each other.
Lindelof reportedly told midfielder Fernandes he was a ‘son of ab ****’ in Portuguese
“We cuddled there for two seconds and realized what we wanted to say to each other.”
Directly after the game, Fernandes played the incident: ‘It is normal that you concede a goal, everyone was angry.
‘It wasn’t about me or Victor, what happened is nothing. It was normal, it’s about looking after each other. It will also happen in many more teams. ‘