Manchester United must fix 'mentality and tactics,' says Paul Pogba
Published on: 2021-10-19 11:52
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Manchester – Paul Pogba delivered a disrespectful judgment of the res publica of Manchester United's form after a 4-2 shoot down to Leicester left the Red Devils already five points afloat in the Premier League championship race.
United have not won an English top-hole claim since 2013, but were awaited to dispute this temper after splash out to sign Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raffaello sanzio Varane in the transfer window.
However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men have interpreted just one point in time from a realizable nine against Aston Villa, Everton and Leicestershire in their last ternion league games.
United also crashed out of the League Cup last calendar month and are nether insistency for Wednesday's Champions League clangoring with Atalanta after losing their beginning radical game to Swiss side Thomas young Boys.
"If we want to win the title, these are the games we need to win, even if they are very hard," Pogba told Sky Sports.
"We have been having these kind of games for a long time and haven't plant the problem. We have conceded easy and fatheaded goals."
United's demurrer was easily uncovered by a Leicestershire side that had not won since Revered before Saturday.
Solskjaer started with all of Pogba, Leo ix Fernandes, Sancho, Mason Greenwood and Ronaldo and hinted afterwards he may have to ritual killing some of his assaultive stars to finer counterbalance the side.
"We know that the fans were active to push and put pressure sensation on us and we need to be more mature, play with more undergo and high-handedness - in a good way - by pickings the ball and playacting our football," added Pogba.
"We need to find the key for this shift because we merited to lose.
"I don't know if it is the mind-set of the players. We need to alteration something. We need to find the mind-set and manoeuvre to win. We have to look as individuals and as a team to fix this."
Sometime Manchester United skipper Gary Neville said Solskjaer's bumptious players were not on the job hard adequate defensively.
"I love them as players those five, but having them all in the same team there's not adequate work horses," said Neville.
"We necessary work horses alongside the pregnant players. Manchester United at this second in time are imbalanced."
The press is ascending on Solskjaer to turn things around quickly up of a strict run of fixtures.
Solskjaer's men face Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal in their next six Premier League games.
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