Paul Pogba was not at fault for Manchester United’s shambolic first half display against Liverpool.
The Frenchman was given an impossible task, to try and help United out with his team 4-0 down.
And yet, Pogba managed to make it even worse.
He was nowhere to be seen as Liverpool waltzed through United’s defence and scored a fifth.
Pogba then lunged in with a late tackle on Naby Keita and was given a straight red card.
After staying quiet in the aftermath of the loss, Pogba has commented on social media.
Time on the sidelines
Pogba says it is time to wake up, but it could be too late.
The Guardian report United are giving serious consideration to sacking Solskjaer.
Pogba himself may have to wait to impress a potential new boss, as he is serving a suspension.
The Frenchman will not be eligible to play a Premier League game until November 28 clash with Chelsea, a whole month, although he could feature in the two Champions League games in that stretch.
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