Bruno Fernandes, a midfielder for Manchester United, has urged his team-mates not to concentrate on external results.
Fernandes told his Manchester United team-mates to put their own needs first and avoid getting sidetracked by results from the Champions League matchups between Newcastle United and Liverpool.
Before United’s 2-0 victory over Wolves at home on Saturday, the Portugal international spoke. With the victory, the Red Devils moved up to fourth place, four points above Liverpool in fifth place, and level on points with third-place Newcastle United.
The Reds have increased the pressure on the teams above them by winning six straight games. They’ll be hoping to beat relegation-threatened Leicester City on Monday in order to close the gap between themselves and Man United and Newcastle to one point.
Fernandes continued, “We knew at the beginning of the season that we would go through a process with a new manager and new players coming in, it’s not going to be quick and done.
“We have a chance to win the FA Cup after winning the Carabao Cup. We desired to be among the top four and were confident in our abilities to do so.
“Our goal needed to be even higher and was higher, but due to our frequent ups and downs, we were unable to achieve it. Nevertheless, we are currently in the top four. By performing our duties, achieving our objectives, and putting ourselves first, we can maintain that position.”
On June 3, United will compete against Manchester City in the FA Cup final in an effort to emulate Liverpool’s two-pronged success from the previous year.
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That’s a wonderful encouragement from our captain,you players are capable of winning all games,it’s only that things have been upside down with injuries but all the best.