The manager must have talked to him again after the match, in which he was subbed out less than 13 minutes into the second-half, because during the away game against Bournemouth, which was a trial match for finding the starting XI for the semi-finals against Spurs, Pogba was back at his normal self again. He was at the center of attention, driving the ball forward to either Rashford or Lingard, and eventually leading to a spectacular run from Lukaku to find the back of the net. Just what we always want to see from the Frenchman.
Pogba and co aren't suddenly world class because they beat Bournemouth. And they aren't useless because they lost to West Brom. Consistency is United's problem and the BIG test is Spurs. Perform there and we can talk about great performances— The United Stand (@UnitedStandMUFC) April 19, 2018
Pogba performance in the The Semi-Final –The Semi Final of the FA Cup against Spurs has to be one of the best performances we have seen from Pogba and the entire squad since this season started. Pogba was active from quite early in the game, trying to set up goals by feeding Romelu Lukaku, playing alongside Alexis Sanchez.
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Pogba was instrumental, again, in the second goal as he fed the ball to Sanchez who played it off to Lukaku, who fed it to Herrera. Pogba was active in the center as his feet found the ball every time it made its way from De Gea. It was heartening to see Pogba finally shine and lift the team with his performance. If Pogba continues to play the way he has been, then the title run next season will only be that much stronger and thats bascially what the manager needs to implement inside the player. To make him realize about his vitality and importance to the health of the club. He has is in him and thats something we all know. He knows that too and its high time that he starts showing that right out on the pitch each and everytime.
That was an impressive fightback from #MUFC that handsomely vindicated Mourinho’s decision to start Pogba & Sanchez and once again underlined Mourinho’s ability to get over the line. Whatever you think of him, he finds a way to win. Spurs need some of that https://t.co/dqPmUBMvky— James Ducker (@TelegraphDucker) April 21, 2018