Paul Pogbar’s error for Manchester United proved in his latest performance that former manager Jose Mourinho was right about him in a pitchside argument two years ago.
The French have had a tough two weeks as part of the XI at the start of the XI, losing 1-1 to Tottenham.
However, the midfielder has started speculating again about his future after talking about his desire to play for Real Madrid and has given rise to criticism.
The 227-year-old came to Old Trafford from Juventus in 2016 for a pre-89m Premier League record under Mourinho.
But it was not always smooth for Pogba, with his cracks appearing before the December 2018 exit against the Portuguese.
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Footage Mourinho’s current side starts at a loss though it is understood that the former-United manager was right about the midfielder in his criticism.
The Frenchman was part of a 2-0 loss to the Spurs at Wembley Stadium in January 2018 with the 57-year-old in this hot seat.
And there was a moment when the then United boss lay down in his midfield to cover his defense and keep track of the back.
Pogba was dropped for Juan Mata in the 3rd minute after Mourinho lost patience with his 89 89 million man.
Criticism of the French from the Portuguese boss resurfaced after Mourinho and his Spurs came out at Old Trafford this month.
In the second half, the North London side were already 4-1 up, with the midfielder seen in the left wing – but he did not pick up a run from Serge Arias.
After Pierre-Emile Hodgson took him to the Ivorian run, Pogba found himself too far away to put any pressure on the whole back for his goal.
And as he drove behind the net he saw it pull back from putting any pressure on the guy in touch.
The Madrid United midfielder’s comments about the “dream” transfer to Spain came in response.
The French team faced teammate Bruno Fernandez in the League of Nations match against Portugal.
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