Man Utd star Andreas Pereira hits back at trolls and blasts 'nobody cares what you tweet' as he plays Call of Duty

Man Utd star Andreas Pereira hits back at trolls and blasts 'nobody cares what you tweet' as he plays Call of Duty

July 7, 2020

MANCHESTER UNITED midfielder Andreas Pereira took time out of his Call of Duty game to hit back at trolls slamming his performances

After complaining of the servers going down on Call of Duty: Warzone, the Brazilian was targeted for struggling to make an impact at Old Trafford this season.

However, the Red Devils fan who took aim at Pereira received a brutal response – and was told "nobody cares" what they thought.

Pereira first wrote online: "Warzone Server what's happening…"

Before Twitter user Zaid hit back: "Probably performing like how you do on the pitch."

And Pereira clocked over 7,000 likes with his riposte: "Nobody cares what u tweet [sic]."

The playmaker, 24, has been on the fringes under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this season, particularly amid the rapid rise of Bruno Fernandes in his attacking midfield position.

But supporters on social media had the player's back as another United 'fan' account criticised Pereira.


An anonymous account going by the name of Mike proclaimed: "Too loud for a player that's played in 8 different positions and served up nothing in any of them. Hope this helps."

Once again, Pereira shot back: "Nobody cares what u tweet either.. smh. Hope this helps."

With footballers rarely taking time out of their day to shut down Twitter critics, the United academy product's followers lapped up his comeback.

Twitter user Callum replied: "Well played Andreas, well played."

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Jack commented: "Dw he will get the Ballon d'Or mark my words."

And Paul wrote: "Gwon Andreas lad love to see it."

Pereira's love of Call of Duty is far from irregular with the coronavirus lockdown coinciding with the free-to-play game's huge popularity.

Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham is another big fan and he credited the video game with helping keep the Blues squad in contact during quarantine.

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