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Bruno Makes Honest Admission About Contentious 'Ronaldo Goal' vs Uruguay

Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal jokes

  • Bruno Fernandes admits he assumed Cristiano Ronaldo had scored his ninth World Mug goal
  • The Manchester United midfielder was awarded Portugal's opener in after a check
  • The 26-year-old's cross went straight in the back of the web, and it virtually appeared like Ronaldo got a touch of the ball
  • Yet FIFA ultimately granted the goal to Fernandes, to the frustration of his previous Manchester United teammate.

Bruno Fernandes has actually confessed he really thought Ronaldo satisfied his cross for Portugal's opening objective versus Uruguay The talented midfielder's cross early in the second half at some point broke the deadlock for Portugal, however it came with a slice of dispute on who scored the goal.
After the video game, Fernandes did not shy away from talking about the incident as he admitted he commemorated like it was his colleague who scored the goal.
" I commemorated as if it had actually been Cristiano's objective. It seemed to me that he had actually touched the sphere. My objective was to go across the ball for him." He said as quoted on the Mirror.

" We enjoy with the triumph no matter who scored. The most vital point is that we achieved our objective which is to be in the following round." Portugal manager Fernando Santos did not wish to be drawn into the discussion of who scored the goal yet shared overall satisfaction at his side's efficiency.

Fans slam Cristiano for declaring objective On social media, Cristiano Ronaldo located himself on the getting end for attempting to declare Bruno Fernandes' objective. Hawk-eyed followers fasted to pound Ronaldo, with some asserting he had actually attempted to 'steal' Fernandes' goal.

Areas really felt Ronaldo was obtaining also excited to pair up to Lionel Messi, who has 2 goals in Qatar up until now. Neymar hails Manchester United midfielder

As Sports Quick previously reported, Neymar teemed with praise for Casemiro for his heroics against Switzerland. The Manchester United midfielder was the man of the moment as the Samba Boys silenced a stubborn Switzerland side 1-0 at Stadium 974. The previous Real Madrid anchorman's lovely goal earned him commend from fans, with Neymar, that missed out on the connection with injury leading the tributes.

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