Pogba wants to see United let off the leash at home

Posted September 25, 2018

Too often against Wolves, Pogba would pick up the ball and be confronted with a plethora of static United bodies.

Paul Pogba has called on Manchester United to "attack, attack, attack" and bring the fear factor back to Old Trafford.

The former Sporting Lisbon and Porto playmaker has been included in Alan Shearer's Team of the Week as a result.

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.

If there was an award for the best bargain of the season, Moutinho would be the front-runner right now.

"We are at home and we should play much better against Wolves".

But, the report suggests that the player is happy at Manchester United, who will not have to indulge in a long drawn out saga to reach an agreement over a renewal.

United are seventh in the standings, eight points behind leaders Liverpool after six matches.

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His final comment appeared to be a parting shot at Mourinho.

"It looks a contradiction but I am more disappointed today than I was against Tottenham because, against Tottenham, we obviously lost the game but I liked very much my team's performance".

"That's a basic law of football, you have to play with the maximum of your potential, with the maximum of your focus". They had (it), we didn't.

The 25-year-old French World Cup-winning midfielder said there were no excuses for not attacking in home games.

"I'm just thinking about the matches and this one is a cup match and the rules change", he said. "We should move more, yeah".

United have won their last three games on the road, seeing off Burnley, Watford and Young Boys with seven goals scored and only one conceded, but have seen their Premier League prospects dented on home turf.

"We've played six games in the Premier League, it's not that we should get anxious, but we should obviously get closer - get closer and closer".

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