Gary Neville slams 'very poor' Paul Pogba

Jose Verdugo
Abril 17, 2019

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men made some unwanted history in the defeat, with Man Utd suffering their worst ever European knockout-round defeat over two legs. "[For] Scott McTominay, it's a big lesson for him over the two games, he's done well in the games but some of the others, they're not good enough".

"[Solskjaer] needs a new defence in its entirety I would say".

There aren't many pundits better qualified to talk about what it takes to stop an elite winger than Manchester United legend Gary Neville.

"I think Ole knew that for the last couple months".

"For me, today showed that they need a defensive midfield player in that position".

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Neville added: "However, Sunday against Everton is the most winnable and if they win that then it's a tough one because if they beat Manchester City but lose to Chelsea then they are still in a battle for the top four".

Following Manchester United's defeat to FC Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday night, midfielder Paul Pogba has been slammed for playing "like he did under Jose Mourinho".

"Pogba is now playing a little bit like he did pre-Solskjaer under Jose Mourinho", Neville told bein SPORTS.

" I thought he was really poor, rolling his foot over the ball all the time, playing for himself, not popping it off and moving, didn't look interested at times."

With City locked in a nail-biting fight for the Premier League title with Liverpool, Reds fans took to social media to slam Neville for suggesting United should rest players for the derby just so the Anfield side would be denied a first league title in nearly three decades.

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