Manchester United slumped to their third straight defeat, and once again the world’s most expensive player failed to make any sort of impact on the game. Needless to say, the fans were absolutely furious.
Watford stunned Manchester United 3-1 at Vicarage Road in a humbling defeat for the Red Devils. Paul Pogba was yet again just a spectator as United fell to their third consecutive defeat, and fans once again took to Twitter to express their rage.
— Ladbrokes (@Ladbrokes) September 18, 2016
RT if you have same amount of goals and assist as Paul of Pogba this season.
— Evil Kagawa (@evilkagawa) September 18, 2016
Pogba is indeed proof that money can’t buy happiness.
— Moll Flanders (@BrianJDennis) September 18, 2016
At this rate, you’d struggle to find enough highlights to make Pogba look good on YouTube
— UNILAD Football (@UNILADFooty) September 18, 2016
Paul Pogba is a fraud. Pass it on. #Pogfraud
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) September 18, 2016
Pogba has officially registered a stat.
— Elite Ramsey (@Ramsey_Esque) September 18, 2016
Pogba couldn’t cut it when he was younger at ManU and still can’t cut it now; epl takes no prisoners. he should have gone to Spain or France
— Mali (@samalitim) September 18, 2016
A lot of people were reminded of Sir Alex Ferguson’s decision to let Pogba leave for Juventus for only 800k. The French midfielder emerged as one of the most highly rated player in the world since then, but fans are now beginning to think that maybe their legendary former manager was right.
Looking at Pogba play and you understand why Fergie had to let him go.
— Jackson. (@Jackson_bradit) September 18, 2016
Just maybe the record braking manager Fergie was right about Pogba???
— Brakey (@brakey7) September 18, 2016
Wonder if Fergie was actually right about Pogba? Let him go because he wasn’t gonna gel in English football!
— ㅤ (@AssistingMilner) September 18, 2016
Pogba showing exactly why Ferguson let his arse leave in the first place 😂
— Mad Mick (@RedsGoMarchin) September 18, 2016
Ferguson let Pogba go because he didn’t think he could hack it in the premier league
— Don Simon (@slwinnard) September 18, 2016
Is this some weird experiment to prove that Fergie was actually right to let Pogba go for free all those years ago?
— Emperor Bumblewank (@CapableOfFlight) September 18, 2016