Paul Pogba should take note as Marcus Rashford shows great commitment to Man Utd despite injury

A lot has been written about Paul Pogba over the last year.

The World Cup winner has missed most of Manchester United’s season with injury and many feel he shouldn’t be boasting about his great life on social media whilst injured and unable to help his teammates on the pitch.

We feel this shouldn’t prevent Pogba from enjoying himself away from the pitch — but he has really lapped it up by shooting basketball hoops whilst injured and attending some fashion show instead of being in Manchester with his teammates ahead of the biggest away game of the season.

All of that and more — during a time his future looks most uncertain.

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Neil Curtis of The Sun got some grief for this tweet on Pogba.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s injury struggles have been made worse with Scott McTominay out for a sustained period. While we’ve missed him desperately in the middle of the park, Marcus Rashford has seen been able to add firepower to Man Utd’s attack.

But now Rashford faces a long spell on the sidelines too and that puts Solskjaer in an even worse situation as Liverpool kept a clean sheet yesterday in his absence.

According to The Times reporter Henry Winter, Rashford has sustained double stress fracture and is expected to be out for 2-3 months.

Rashford took to Twitter this morning showing a great deal of commitment to the cause and we think Pogba should take note.

This is exactly what we want to see from our best players because Rashford can back it up.

He says he’ll be involved in team meetings whilst out injured. Good lad!

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