Former Manchester United midfielder Luis Nani remembered the Premier League game against Fulham in 2010 in which he became an antihero.
In that game with a score of 2: 1 in favor of the “devils” Nani did not score a penalty and at the end of the game Fulham scored a saving goal. The game ended in a draw.
“That penalty would hit Ryan Giggs, who had already gone to the point, but I asked permission to take the hit because I was very confident. I didn’t score, but Ryan didn’t say a word to me.
After the game, Ferguson almost killed me in the dressing room. “Who gave you the right to hit? Ryan, why did you give him the ball? ” Giggs replied, “He took it himself, so I allowed it.” The coach was very angry. After that game, I offered to give him a ride home because we lived nearby. Ferguson agreed, but was silent all the time.
However, this incident did not affect my attitude to Ferguson. When I first arrived I was afraid of him but then learned English and realized what a great person he is, “Nani AS quoted.
Recall that Nani played for Manchester United from 2007 to 2015. He became the four-time champion of England and won the Champions League. He also played for Sporting, Fenerbahce, Valencia and Lazio and signed a contract with Orlando City in 2019.