Bruno Fernandes takes slight dig on Man United forward Ronaldo after 3-0 win over Brentford

Manchester United playmaker, Bruno Fernandes has said he is more interested in winning silverware than scoring goals to spite fellow team-mate and Portugal captain Ronaldo who’s been more prolific on scoring since he arrived the theater of dreams.

Fernandes netted his 50th goal for the Red Devils on Monday, as they beat Brentford 3-0 in their final home match of the campaign.

Ronaldo also scored from the spot to add to his 100 Premier League goals and 18th goal of the season. Making him the second highest goalscorer for the season behind Liverpool Mohamed Salah.

However, United will likely fall short of finishing in Champions League places this season.

They sit five points behind fourth-place Arsenal with just two games left to play.

The Gunners and Tottenham Hotspur have two games in hand.

While speaking to Sky sports after the game, Bruno Fernandes said: “It has been a long time since I scored.

“Obviously I am happy but those numbers don’t count for me. I want to get numbers with trophies and not with goals,” Fernandes told Sky Sports.

They’ve had a terrific run – Carrick predicts club to finish fourth place

Manchester United legend, Michael Carrick, has backed Arsenal to finish in the fourth position on the Premier League table this season, insisting that Mikel Arteta’s side has had a terrific run.

Carrick said this after Arsenal defeated West Ham United 2-1 in a Premier League tie on Sunday.

The two goals from Rob Holding and Gabriel gave Arsenal all three points against West Ham.

Jarrod Bowen did the score for the Hammers at the London Stadium.

The result means Arsenal is now in the fourth position on the log, with 2 points ahead of fifth-place Tottenham, after 34 matches.

“They have had a terrific run,” Carrick told Premier League Productions.

“People ask the question, would you rather have the points in the bag, or would you rather be chasing and without so much pressure?

“I would much rather be in a position where it is in your own hands, 100 per cent. And that is where Arsenal have found themselves, so credit to them that they have put themselves in this position.

“West Ham was not an easy game for them, but they got the win. It gives them a great chance now.”

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