‘We have let Manchester United down’ | Bruno Fernandes on 6-3 defeat to Man City

'we have let manchester united down' | bruno fernandes on 6-3 defeat to man city

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Manchester midfielder Bruno Fernandes admits that the players let the club and the fans down after their defeat to local rivals Manchester City on Sunday and will look to make amends in the Europa League against Omonia Nicosia.

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