Man United fans unhappy with poor Paul Pogba display vs Arsenal

A poor Paul Pogba performance today vs Arsenal was amongst the key reasons why the Red Devils would lose at home to Arsenal. After full-time, the fans expressed their frustration via social media.

One thing nobody can doubt is Paul Pogba’s insane ability. After all, we’re talking about a footballer who has natural talents like no other. Sometimes, though, inconsistency takes over.

For four years now, Manchester United fans have been waiting to see Pogba unleashed. We’re still waiting, with several manager’s trying and largely failing. At what point do we start looking at the player?

To start this season, Pogba has been garbage – and that’s being kind. He gave away yet another needless penalty today, which led to Arsenal taking all three points back to London with then…

Pogba was poor in possession, he struggled to find teammates and was often too caught up in winning a one-on-one battle with Thomas Partey. He’d lose that comfortably in every aspect.


I just can’t defend him anymore. We’ve seen a handful of good performances from the most expensive signing in our history. That’s simply not good enough.

My thoughts is that Solskjaer is starting to feel that way, too, as he hasn’t shied away from benching Pogba for a couple of Premier League games already this season. I’d be very surprised if he isn’t named amongst the substitutes during United’s next game too…

Anyway, as you’d imagine, United fans were left fuming with the 27-year-old following what can only be described as an atrocious display today. They took to Twitter in their droves to vent their frustration, with one fan labelling him ‘overrated’ while another claimed he’s living off of his World Cup performances from back in 2018. Is that fair…?

Check out the tweets aimed at Pogba after his poor outing vs Arsenal:
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