• Fernandes missed his first penalty as a Red Devil after 10 consecutive makes  
  • Bruno Fernandes promises to bounce back in his next penalty attempt
  • Manchester United will face Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday

Bruno Fernandes had scored 10 consecutive penalties using a whole host of different techniques since joining Manchester United in January, but for the very first time, he missed one in his team's encounter against Newcastle last Saturday at St. James Park.

While the Red Devils convincingly notched a 4-1 victory at the expense of their field counterparts, Fernandes shared that he wants to redeem himself in the next penalty opportunity.

“I'm human, it happens,” Fernandes told MUTV. “I don't want it to happen again, I didn't want it to happen [against Newcastle]."

Boasting a record of converting 30 out of 33 penalties throughout his career, The 26-year-old attacking midfielder praised Newcastle’s Karl Darlow for defending his shot well.

“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,” the Portuguese star stated.

Despite Darlow's sensational save, Fernandes was eventually able to put Newcastle away by scoring Manchester United’s second goal at the 86th minute of the match.

Throughout 27 games with Manchester United, Fernandes has shown great scoring ability as he has netted 15 goals and has tallied 11 assists.

Fernandes vows to recover the next time he finds himself 12 yards from the goal line.

“I need to do much better on the penalty and the next one I will do for sure,” he promised.

This next match for Manchester United is their UEFA Champions League Group Stage contest against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday, at Parc des Princes in France.

Bruno Fernandes scored in the 100th minute to hand Manchester United a 3-2 win at Brighton
Manchester United's Bruno Fernandes POOL / JOHN SIBLEY