Bruno Fernandes has vowed to make amends for the first missed penalty of his Manchester United career when the Red Devils are next presented with an opportunity to convert from the spot.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have had plenty of practice from 12 yards in recent times.
Portugal international Fernandes has been their go-to man in that department, with the 26-year-old boasting an impressive record when embracing individual pressure.
Fernandes told MUTV of his future penalty plans, having seen a run of 10 successes for the Red Devils brought to a close: “I’m human, it happens.
“I don’t want it to happen again, I didn’t want it to happen [against Newcastle].
“The keeper did well, I didn’t do the right things. I studied the keeper but I didn’t shoot the ball the way I want, but the keeper deserves credit.
“I need to do much better on the penalty and the next one I will do for sure.”