Manchester United fans were certainly pleased with Paul Pogba‘s performance vs Bournemouth in the 2-0 win at the Vitality stadium.
Jose Mourinho‘s men were in desperate need of all three points and despite featuring a heavily rotated side they were capable of securing the victory.
Pogba started the match with expectations on him to impress and he didn’t fail to do so, even grabbing an assist for Romelu Lukaku’s goal.
The Frenchman did what his manager asked of him and kept things simple but to a great effect with many fans praising his display.
With United set to play Tottenham on Sunday in the FA Cup semi-final, supporters will need him to reproduce the same performance.
Absolute class from Pogba. Lovely finish from Lukaku but what a burst from Pogba. #mufc
— Samuel Luckhurst (@samuelluckhurst) April 18, 2018
Paul Pogba & Anthony Martial #mufc’s best players tonight. Reports of their demise have been exaggerated…
— Sam Pilger (@sampilger) April 18, 2018
Pogba playing well in a 4-3-3 with a fluid and pacy front three ahead of him? WELL I NEVER.
— Muhammad Butt (@muhammadbutt) April 18, 2018
Martial-Pogba link up is so pleasing to watch. Pogba has been much better tonight, honestly this combination is more effective than Sanchez on the left, really is. #mufc
— Hesham Bilal-Hafiz (@hesham786) April 18, 2018
PAUL POGBA IS SOOOOO MUCH BETTER WHEN HE KEEPS HIS GAME SIMPLE!!!! EFFECTIVE
— 🧘🏽♂️ D.▲.N 🏄🏾♂️ (@Daniel_K23) April 18, 2018
Pogba is guaranteed a start on Saturday. Herrera deserves one after today, maybe even Rashford. Darmian has secured Valencia’s spot too
— Michael Barton (@mrmichaelbarton) April 18, 2018
Without a doubt there’s a need for Paul to show more consistency than he has so far in his career at Old Trafford and hopefully fans will see that soon.
The former Juventus man is amongst the best midfielders in the world on his day and it’s just a matter of him doing it regularly in order to prove his worth.
Red Devils’ supporters know just how frustrating it can be to have a top talent play inconsistency with Luis Nani once roaming the pitch for them.