The United manager is said to be "fuming".
"His performance today without the goal would be a good performance, and what I want from him is exactly that". "We are not as rock solid as I would like, we don't have that killer instinct I would like".
"It's a hard sensation for us because a moment like that makes it easier for our opponent. I feel that he has the same kind of feelings towards me".
Pogba, meanwhile, admitted he could change his approach.
The Republic of Ireland worldwide will need to be on top of his game defensively and blocking him out could be a great way to send out a message to Silva.
"We didn't deserve the result, for me it's clear", he said "When you play here and create the chances we created".
"And if later he comes into game he came be positive, make a difference and back into normality". The rapid pace of the game seemed to inhibit the Serbian's natural game and he was often bypassed by the likes of Sigurdsson and Richarlison.
Anthony Martial (Man United). "That made them more comfortable in the match".
But a relieved Mourinho praised Pogba after the game for having the mental strength to take the 27th minute penalty.
Graeme Souness, Jamie Redknapp and Alex Scott reflect on the big talking points from Manchester United's win over Everton.
The 25-year-old scored with a fortuitous follow-up after Jordan Pickford saved his initial attempt from the spot midway through the first half at Old Trafford.
The goal certainly helped the home side settle down and they appeared keen to keep pressure on the right side of the Everton defence with Martial and Pogba in particular.
Between the ball being placed on the spot and Pickford's save, 24-seconds elapsed.
His combination with Martial on the left is a real plus point for the Red Devils going forward, but Pogba's love for the dramatic remains a negative on his game. Pogba was then stripped of his role as vice-captain.
Ademola Lookman prepared to come on around the hour mark, coming on to replace Bernard in the 62nd minute.
Luke Shaw 5 - Not his best display.
Pogba was involved in both United goals on Sunday, later teeing up Anthony Martial to hit what ultimately proved the victor. Richarlison springs into life, seizing upon Gueye's forward ball and jinking at three defenders before firing in a low effort that De Gea does well to get down and block by his left-hand post.
The Man United fans haven't had too much to shout about of late under Jose Mourinho but they took to social media to express their delight at the way the team played in the first half, without their star striker.