Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has come out to defend Paul Pogba’s recent form for the club.
He recently revealed that we should go easy on the Frenchman because he has battled injuries and coronavirus in recent months.
According to him, Pogba admitted that he could have done better against Arsenal, so fans should know football will always be a high intensity and high tempo game.
He added that his players are very frustrated after the Arsenal defeat and they know they need to be consistent henceforth.
His words, “He is a very talented player. Everyone keeps talking about him – he’s world class, he’s world class.
“I would never use world class so easily because I know players past and present and they deserve the accolade of being world class. In my opinion, Paul doesn’t deserve that in any shape or form because I don’t think he’s lived up to expectations.”
“Paul knows with that exact incident he could have done better,”
“He’s held his hand up. That’s how football is – it’s high intensity, high tempo.
“Every player is frustrated, himself too, after a defeat. We need consistency from every one of our players.
“Paul has been going through a difficult period with injury last season, with coronavirus this season, so I think we have seen plenty of positives recently and hopefully it will continue.”
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