Man United Continue to Mock Man City with Cheeky Video on Bruno Fernandes Goal
- Manchester United shared a video of Marcus Rashford leaving the ball for Bruno Fernandes
- Fernandes’ goal on Saturday proved to be controversial, especially among the Man City fans
- But United, via social media, continues to bask in the glory of winning the Manchester derby
Manchester United taunted Manchester City with a hilarious TikTok video of Marcus Rashford not touching the ball, in the build-up to Bruno Fernandes’ goal on Saturday, January 15.
The two Manchester clubs have enjoyed a tense rivalry in recent years, with the Citizens seeming to always come out on top in most encounters.
But things changed on Saturday, as United came from behind - albeit in controversial circumstances - to beat City 2-1 to move within a point of their neighbours.
For United’s equaliser, Fernandes pounced on a ball meant for Rashford - who was offside - and it has since divided opinions in the football world.
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Majority of fans insist Fernandes’ goal should not have stood, for the simple fact that Rashord was possibly interfering with play, which is an infringement according to IFAB rules.
But the fact that he did not make any contact with the ball made for a strong case for Manchester United, who were eventually awarded the goal.
But that has not stopped United from having fun with the win, as they took to TikTok to share a video of the goal from a different angle, using a remix of the hit song U Can't Touch This by MC Hammer.
Rashford continued his fine form for his club, as he scored the winner to compound more misery to Pep Guardiola’s side.
Rashford links up with Sancho
Sports Brief also reported on Rashford getting a new haircut, just days after scoring the winner for Manchester United in the derby versus Man City.
In the video currently doing rounds on social media, fans are certain they can hear Jadon Sancho in the background.
Sancho was snubbed for the 2022 World Cup by Three Lions boss, Gareth Southgate, and United manager Erik ten Hag later revealed Sancho was far from being match fit.
Source: Sports Brief News