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Bruno Guimaraes ‘makes himself a Newcastle forever’ with reaction to blocking clearance as fans say ‘never leave us’

BRUNO GUIMARAES has made himself a Newcastle hero during the derby match against Sunderland.

The Magpies faced off with their local rivals in the FA Cup third round fixture at the Stadium of Light.

Bruno Guimarães made a passionate gesture to the Newcastle supporters

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Bruno Guimarães made a passionate gesture to the Newcastle supportersCredit: ITV

Newcastle dominated the game and with the score at 2-0, Guimaraes made an important block.

Following his defensive action the Brazilian passionately gestured to the travelling Newcastle supporters in celebration.

Fans loved seeing the moment as it was shared on social media.

One fan posted: “Bruno Guimarães has literally made himself a hero forever with those Newcastle fans purely for his celebration at blocking a clearance.”

A second commented: “BRUNO NEVER LEAVE US. He loves it man 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣.”

A third wrote: “I wish I could inject Bruno into my veins.”

A fourth said: “Can see why Newcastle fans love Bruno G, giving it the big one.”

A fifth added: “Bruno is fully into this.”

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Another demanded: “Someone give me that clip of Bruno NOW.”

Meanwhile, fans have complained that have not been able to watch the match.

This is due to a kit clash between the two teams as they are wearing white striped shirts and look hard to tell apart on first viewing.

Newcastle fans are desperate to see the former Lyon star stay at the club.

The midfielder has become a crucial player for Eddie Howe since his arrival in 2022.

His performances however have seen him gain interest from the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona and Real Madrid.

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