Manchester United midfielder, Bruno Fernandes, has explained clashing with away fans after defeat at Watford.
Fernandes was led away by teammates after a heated row with United fans at Vicarage Road. The midfielder was angry with fans booing manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as he tried to apologise to the away end.
The Portugal star later said: “In the Premier League it is not enough playing for just one half.
“Watford has a good team. They are aggressive, they have quality up front, and if you give them chances you will concede goals.
“And that has been a problem with us for many games.
“I think the attitude in the second half was there. In the first half it was too sloppy from everyone.”
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And he laid into United’s opening-period display.
He said: “We don’t go on the front foot, we don’t tackle.
“You have to show your quality and that is why you play for Manchester United.
“It’s everyone’s fault here. It’s not the coach, it’s not one player, it’s everyone.
“Everyone has to take the responsibility because everyone has to do better.”