Man Utd star Paul Pogba breaks silence after Man City win with blunt three-word message
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba enjoyed his side’s win against Manchester City in the Premier League yesterday. Goals from Anthony Martial and Scott McTominay gave Ole Gunnar Solskjaer his third win of the season over Pep Guardiola.
And Pogba broke his silence on social media to show his delight posting on his Instagram story: ‘Manchester is red’.
The World Cup winner is still out recovering from an ankle injury but could return soon to help United’s push for the top four.
Solskjaer’s side are still three points behind Chelsea after they hammered Everton 4-0 yesterday.
The Red Devils did move two points clear of Wolves though, who sit behind them in sixth in the fight for Champions League qualification.
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Pogba has made just eight appearances in all competitions for United this season.
And is increased speculation that the France star could leave Old Trafford for Real Madrid or a return to Juventus in the summer.
After the win against Manchester City, Solskjaer opened up on what the team need to challenge for the Premier League.
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He said: “We feel we’re improving all the time and we know we lack one, two or three players and some experience, to be considered a title contender.
“We know that and we’re not going to start talking about that now.
“We’re going start talking about getting up up the table, getting more points and challenging for that top four because Chelsea and Leicester are too far ahead of us for my liking.”
The United boss has also set his sights on the top four but also catching Leicester and City themselves.
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He explained: “It’s a massive win because Leicester and City, we have to look up and try to catch them.
“We can’t afford to give points away too often, like last week against Everton, when it was there for us.
“Maybe we have made amends.”
United return to action on Thursday when they take on Austrian side LASK in the last 16 of the Europa League.
After that the Red Devils travel to Tottenham in the Premier League and face a reunion with the under-fire Jose Mourinho.
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