Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Bruno Fernandes can hand out penalties if he wants, after the Portuguese let Marcus Rashford take a spot-kick on Tuesday.
Fernandes was on a hat-trick when Manchester United won a penalty against Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League.
The midfielder is the club’s dedicated penalty taker, but Fernandes opted against taking the spot-kick and instead handed the ball to Rashford.
The England international tucked his penalty away to put United 3-0 in front, but Fernandes’ decision left Paul Scholes baffled.
At the half time, Scholes said on BT Sport: “I don’t get it,” said Scholes. “Fernandes has taken all the penalties when he’s played. He’s on the chance of a hat-trick on a European night, I don’t…