You can say that about 80% of his games here, and that's generous. Now that the new player tag is wearing off, people aren't going to ignore his poor general play as much.He was crap apart from the pen.
Subbing him off, if it's not for injury, and giving up on the game was disgrace though.
Ah okay fair enough, yeah I can see what you meant.His defending is non existent. Saw Martial running all they way back to try stop a counter for Aurier. Bruno is very sloopy and Pogba is Pogba.
I was baffled when he was taken off. No one played well but he was far from the worst.I'd be worried something happened at half time, he seemed to have a lot to say to Lindelof when we played Sevilla.
Can see zero reasons to take him off given he's our most creative player and it's a crime to concede the result as a United manager at home.
He had a thigh injury and was a doubt for the game. Was probably playing injured and they decided 4-1 down and 1 man down it was pointless risking him - it was the right move.
Pogba just does not have it with anyone though.I think we need a player to try things as we are not able to otherwise create something.
However, I am not sure that Bruno is really good enough to do it. He really tries but his passing often is not accurate enough and he gets caught too often.
His chemistry with Pogba is just non-existent.
I didn't know we were comparing daft attempts at backheels to losing.Playing labor pointless football in the 2nd half even when we're clearly losing are more annoying.
I saw it too - Mark Goldbridge, right?Someone said on Youtube that the reason why he was taken off at half time is because he had a go at Harry Maguire.
Has anyone heard about this?
I actually admire his competitiveness and leadership if it were true.