Bruno Fernandes has seemingly responded to the negative press about him following Manchester United's crushing defeat at Tottenham.
Man United succumbed to Ange Postecoglou's Spurs as they lost their Premier League clash 2-0 last Saturday.
Two second-half goals saw Postecoglou secure his first win in England's top flight following his appointment during the summer.
The critics were out in full force after the result as the likes of Roy Keane and Micah Richards took aim at the Red Devils skipper.
"I look at Mount, Fernandes, when they're out of position, they look like schoolboys in there. They haven't got the physicality to get the ball back."
Richards pinpointed the incident between Fernandes and Facundo Pellistri, adding:
"It's getting embarrassing now. The young lad Pellistri comes on. Fernandes is trying to get his team playing and I totally understand he's frustrated."Pellistri made a run, Fernandes didn't see him and [so] he made a different run but because he wasn't where [Fernandes] wanted him to be, he's going off at Pellestri."It's every time. I saw an interview with him the other day and he said he needs to be emotional when he performs because it makes him play better."But I feel like his body language on the pitch is disturbing the rest of the team and it's just not a good look at all. It's pathetic at times."
It appears the criticism has provoked a reaction from the Portuguese as he took to social media to post a cryptic video.
He shared a recent speech from former Super Bowl winner and Major League Baseball player-turned-College Football coach Deion Sanders.
"Look at me... what about me, would make you think that I care about your opinion of me," he says in the clip. "Your opinion of me is not the opinion that I have of myself."You ain't make me... so you can't break me."
Fernandes and Co resume their league campaign on Saturday when Man United host Nottingham Forest.