Fernandes lead the team in the absence of injured Maguire but disappointed with the result against Liverpool in the Premier League.
Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes was disappointed with the result against Liverpool at Old Trafford.
The Portuguese was on the scoresheet after scoring 10 minutes in the first half of the match.
Fernandes who captained United in the absence of Harry Maguire also stated how he felt with the armband.
“We played side to side, we tried to do what we trained at. When you go down, playing 45 minutes against a team like Liverpool, we tried to push a little bit more and create danger,” Fernandes told MUTV.
“We gave more space to them, and they took that space and we conceded another two goals. Everyone was disappointed in the dressing room because we made mistakes but we’ll learn from that and we have to keep improving. We are not at our best yet.
“We started well, we score, we created more chances after that,” the 26-year-old said about his bright start.
“After we concede… We concede two goals from set-pieces and we know we have to work on that. We concede many goals this season from set-pieces. As I said, we are disappointed in the dressing room and we have to improve, we have to be better and we have to do it in the next game against Fulham to secure second place.”
Speaking about leading the team in the absence of injured Maguire: “I think everyone knows it’s the biggest honour to have the armband in the game for the club.
“I’m another one. I am proud of that. As I said, like after Paris, it’s a dream come true.”