Tuesday, October 19

Solskjaer praised Pogba that the better he played

Impressive performance of Pogba

According to coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Paul Pogba’s impressive performance helped Man Utd beat Aston Villa 2-1 in round 17 of the Premier League.

He plays better with each game,” Ole Solskjaer said of Paul Pogba on Sky Sports. “Today, Paul is doing well against a strong opponent. Paul can cope with such opponents thanks to his excellent ball holding skills. Moreover, his performance and the team are very good, because we are. created many chances to score “.

The 2-1 win over Aston Villa was the second time in a row that Pogba played an entire match for Man Utd. In addition, he was previously on the bench when “Red Devils” won Leeds 6-2 and drew Leicester 2-2. The French player kicks left in the diamond midfield of coach Solskjaer. He brought a penalty for Bruno Fernandes to score 2-1 in the 61st minute. Pogba also almost scored after two shots in the Aston Villa penalty area.


Paul experienced a difficult period at the beginning of the season due to injury and Covid-19“, Solskjaer explained the student’s flabby form. “But I have said many times, Paul is working hard. He has a good spirit at training sessions. He gradually regains his form. Now, Man Utd needs players to maintain their form in many ways. game in a row. I see that in Paul.

Man Utd caught up to the top of Liverpool’s group with 33 points after 16 games. They are inferior to their opponents in goal difference. According to Solskjaer, Man Utd is creating an optimistic signal this season. “We are satisfied with what the team shows,” said the Norwegian military leader. “If compared to a year ago, Man Utd improved a lot. Last year last year we lost to Arsenal. We are getting stronger. Man Utd has players of a great age to grow. the desire to learn, this is very important. They keep their concentration and want to be the best.

In the middle of next week, Man Utd met Man City in the Carabao Cup semi-finals on January 6. Three days later, Solskjaer teachers and students met Watford in the third round of the FA Cup.