Manchester United got themselves into another poor performances and results. As they took a short trip to Vicarage Road to take on a very improved Watford side.
Now under former Chelsea boss, Claudio Ranieri who ensured the red's conceded four goals as his team in a very pleasing display picked all three deserving points.
And after the game as per the Sunsport, Bruno was dragged away by teammates including Fred after he got into a blazing row with Manchester United fans.
He would later clarify that he only thinks it's everyone problem and the blame should not be on manager only. Sentiments which were agreed upon by David de Gea.
As the Spaniard as well said, "It's easy to blame the manager or the staff but sometimes it's the players." As per transfer guru and journalist Fabrizio Romano.
The visitors fans booed the Norwegian international as he went to appeariacte there efforts to come all the way to support the team. Next for United is a trip to Spain to face Villareal in Champions league.
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