Gary Lineker leaves fans in hysterics with VERY X-rated tweet about Man Utd star Bruno Fernandes

GARY LINEKER left fans in disbelief with his adult tweet about Bruno Fernandes.

The host of the match of the day was tuned in as his former club Tottenham took on Manchester United in north London.

Bruno Fernandes was in action for Man United against Tottenham


Bruno Fernandes was in action for Man United against TottenhamPhoto credit: Getty
The 28-year-old delivered a stunning Rabona cross


The 28-year-old delivered a stunning Rabona cross
Gary Lineker stunned fans with his adult tweet


Gary Lineker stunned fans with his adult tweetPhoto credit: PA

In a hectic first half, Fernandes played a superb Rabona cross.

Marcus Rashford missed the ensuing header but that didn’t stop Lineker from raving about the feat.

He tweeted, “Bruno’s Rabona was so good she gave me a boner…which is pretty special at my age.”

KSI was one of the first to respond, replying, “You must be hacked.”

In response, Lineker joked, “No, I just wish it were true.”

Another fan replied to Lineker, “Relax boy.”

Another Twitter user joked, “Calm down gazza.”

And another added: “Well done Gary. Keep it up.”


Fernandes’ evening culminated with his Rabona.

He then missed a sitter and headed unmarked high over the bar from close range.

The United captain was also suspended over a disagreement during the eventful first 45 minutes.

He had to regret his miss as Spurs produced a sensational second-half performance to win the game 2-0 thanks to Pape Matar Sarr’s first goal of English football and Lisandro Martinez’s OG.

After the game, Sky Sports pundit Roy Keane cracked down on his old team.

He said: “Man United are the new Spurs. Desperate. Absolutely desperate.”

“The biggest insult I always think of is teams that don’t make it away, players who aren’t ready to do it away.”

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“They’re a good team, they feel like it when their home fans are in front of them, they have that support and that energy. United are leaving today.”

“Second half, weak, no lead, there were bad goals. The Spurs were great. All credit goes to them. It’s also easy to play against Man United.”

Fernandes had an afternoon to forget


Fernandes had an afternoon to forgetPhoto credit: Reuters

Emma Bowman

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