Galatasaray lose 5-2 against Manchester United in the Ullevi stadium in Sweden yesterday but it was not all doom and gloom.
Bruma in particular stood out and scored a stunning goal to put Galatasaray 2-1 ahead going into the half time break.
We took a look at how fans reacted to Bruma’s display and goal on social media after the game.
Bruma has now scored six times in his last five appearances for Galatasaray over the pre-season. The 21-year-old has been linked with a few clubs over the summer and is reported to have a €10 million asking price.
Bruma has been absolutely 🔥 pre-season. Surely somebody will stump up the reported €10m that Galatasaray are after pre-deadline
— Andy Brassell (@andybrassell) July 30, 2016
Bruma was tipped as the next big thing when he joined Galatasaray from Sporting Lisbon but it never quite worked out for him – until now perhaps?
Jose Mourinho looked pretty shocked when Bruma put Galatasaray ahead going into the half time break.
United did however, fire back scored four times in the second half for a convincing victory.
More Mou jokes following Bruma’s lovely strike.
Galatasaray take the lead against United as Bruma fires home. Not going according to plan for Jose. pic.twitter.com/zpyCcEHbcJ
— FTS Football (@FromTStands) July 30, 2016
Is form during the pre-season important?
Zlatan goal: United are as good as champions
Sinan goal: It was offside anyway
Bruma goal: Pre-season means nothing
— Jonny Singer (@Jonny_Singer) July 30, 2016
Bruma had a field day against the United defence in the first half.
Bruma has just mugged off the United defence
— Chris (@Studgeology) July 30, 2016
Bruma was singled out as being the player to keep an eye on going into the game and he did not disappoint.
2-1 Galatasaray. Cracking goal from Bruma, 6 in 5 games for him now! @Ataqoz singled him out as the danger man.
— United Peoples TV (@UnitedPeoplesTV) July 30, 2016
Bruma still has more than enough time to live up to his wonder-kid status.
Bruma scored again yesterday. Still only 21 and in time to build the stellar career we all hoped he'd have. https://t.co/6O7DnJWIdM
— Tom Kundert (@PortuGoal1) July 31, 2016