Ole Solsjaer believes a volley from the very close range Pogba missed his back heel attempt would have handed United a goal
Man United headed to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and stunned them yesterday in a super come back game.
Despite seeing their earlier goal disallowed, United also having conceded one goal from a Heung-Min Son’s strike didn’t relent on their quest to gain revenge.
The Red Devils were massacred in their first meeting after Spurs banged an amazing 6 to shun United’s 1.
But yesterday night was a different story for both sides all together as United rose from one goal down to claim a sensational 3-1 victory.
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While, Fred booked the first spot for United’s scoring list, Cavani headed the visitors into lead before Mason Greenwood converted Paul Pogba’s assist to hand the Frenchman his 5th assist of the season.
Paul Pogba indeed was impressive during the game yesterday but had missed a chance that could have seen United ended the game with 4 goals.
At a very closer range, Pogba tried a back heel which field to get into the goal post and Solskjaer clearly isn’t happy with that as he claimed a volley could have served better.
“Yeah, he’s getting better and better, excellent,” the Manager told beIN Sports . “He should have scored though, he should’ve volleyed it in.
“And that’s my gripe with him, and I’ll keep pestering him on that.”
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