Bruno Fernandes

Bruno reveals his favourite United chant

Tuesday 10 August 2021 11:00

Bruno Fernandes has revealed which Manchester United chant, other than his own, he loves to hear the fans sing from the terraces.

As well as the bellows of 'Bruno! Bruno! Bruno' heard at Old Trafford every time the Portuguese lines up a free-kick or scores a goal, Fernandes has his own chant, of course. It draws comparison between him and Cristiano Ronaldo - both having played for Sporting - and was a terrace regular before matches were forced behind closed doors in March 2020.

As fans return, it will no doubt be getting a regular airing once again, and Bruno loves it. But there's one other chant he loves as well...

"Tony Martial, he came from France..."

"I like mine but I really like the one for Anthony Martial!" the 26-year-old told us.

"It’s probably my favourite. I really like mine and it should be my favourite [laughs], but the one for Anthony is really good.

"Our fans make the song really nice. If I had to choose then I have to say my song is better than Anthony’s, but I like his too!"

After five months out with injury, Anthony Martial returned to training at United in the last couple of weeks and will be desperate to hear his name sung again at the Theatre of Dreams.

All The Angles: Martial v City Video

All The Angles: Martial v City

You'll love this one, Reds! Presenting every angle of Fernandes and Martial's goal v City in 2020...

Nearing 100 goals for the club, the Frenchman is no stranger to the adulation of an Old Trafford crowd and a lively start to the season would make both him and Bruno delighted.

The last time the pair played together against Leeds United, who we host on Saturday in our opening Premier League fixture, Bruno scored a double and Martial assisted twice.

Highlights: United 6 Leeds 2 Video

Highlights: United 6 Leeds 2

The last time we played Leeds, the two sides shared eight goals between them...

If they can replicate those feats, they'll have a Saturday afternoon to remember at Old Trafford.