Nev told Sky Sports as Anthony Elanga replaced Marcus Rashford on 85 minutes: “Bruno Fernandes stands in the center circle, arms raised, asking, “Why is it not me?”
“To be honest, some of his behavior in the second half has been a disgrace.”
Later, Nev added: “I’ve had enough of him flailing his arms and running around.
“He didn’t put in a captain’s performance.”
Roy Keane, Neville’s former United teammate, was equally upset with Fernandes.
Liverpool turned a 1-0 half-time lead into a record win over their fiercest rivals, according to pundits Keane and Graeme Souness.
Cody Gakpo, Darwin Nunez, and Mo Salah each scored twice before sub Roberto Firmino scored the game-winning goal.
“Fernandes’ body language today was disgraceful,” Keane said on Sky.
United’s performance was “embarrassing, shocking,” according to the former midfield hardman.
“Players will no doubt feel ashamed,” Keane added. They vanished in the second half.
“However, I must say that Liverpool were absolutely incredible. Liverpool were back to their very best in terms of energy and decision-making.”
“It’s really frustrating, because it’s a really bad result,” Fernandes admitted afterwards.
“The first half was really good, we created most of the chances, they didn’t create much. The second half was not up to our standards.
We are aware of how much better we can be and how much quality we possess..
“We’ve set high standards for ourselves; now we must maintain those standards for ourselves and our fans..
The Portugal star was also on the verge of admitting that the Red Devils disintegrated as goals rained down.
He stated to Sky: “The team tries to respond, but in an erratic manner. We attempted to proceed but lost some shape..
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