Paul Pogba slams Manchester United attitude

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Speaking after the game, Paul Pogba acknowledged that United's performance was below par, calling on his teammates to play more attacking football when playing at Old Trafford.

Sanchez's successful tackles per-90 minutes also jumped from 1.2 to 1.8 last season after moving to Old Trafford and now stands at 1.9.

Joao Moutinho's second half equaliser cancelled out Fred's first Premier League goal to give Wolves a deserved share of the spoils, with Jose Mourinho admitting after that match that his team "didn't deserve more than a point".

The result left United in seventh - eight points behind leaders Liverpool - and, after the game, their manager Jose Mourinho said his players were not as "motivated" as their opponents.

"What you have to know about Alexis is he is a hard worker", Pogba said after Sanchez was substituted against Wolves. We made it quite easy for them to cope with our supremacy in last 20 minutes.

"I am not the manager, I can not, like, say that, but obviously we should show more options of playing".

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that newly promoted Premier League outfit Wolverhampton Wanderers forced Manchester United to 1-1 draw at Old trafford on Saturday, September 26.

Mourinho, meanwhile, questioned the desire of his players after the defeat and Pogba believes United's Champions League tie in midweek may have had an impact, a theory Pogba agreed with. "We should move more, yeah".

Asked why the Red Devils failed to pose more of a threat to Wolves, Pogba added, "I can't tell you because I'm a player - it's not me". And while Mkhi has got used to life in north London, Sanchez looks utterly lost playing under Mourinho.And now the Express are reporting that the Chilean could be set for a return to the Emirates Stadium. They fall into a pattern of sitting back once going ahead in games, whether at home or away, and allow other teams to regain a foothold in the fixture. Maybe he's right, I don't know. Following reports that Grealish - who had at one point appeared all but certain to join Spurs - would get a new contract, the Telegraph says he "will more than double his current £20,000-a-week salary, with confirmation expected in the next few days".

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