Paul Pogba is said to have apologised to his Manchester United team-mates in the dressing room after missing a golden opportunity to score in the dying stages of Sunday’s 0-0 draw with Liverpool at Anfield.
The Scousers dominated possession but did very little with it and allowed United into the game in the second-half.
Unfortunately we never really went at them apart from stages at the end — when Pogba and Bruno Fernandes had chances to opening the scoring and possibly win the match.
The best chance of the game, however, fell to Pogba in the closing stages as the Frenchman controlled a cross from Aaron Wan-Bissaka and had a shot on goal from 10-yards out.
He sent his effort straight at Allison and United failed to score over 90 minutes — which has become a common trait for our opponents on the day…
According to the Metro, Pogba apologised to the entire squad after admitting that he should have buried the opportunity.
The report goes on and claims Harry Maguire and Scott McTominay were quick to console the French midfielder, while manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told him to ‘forget’ about it as United have just three days to prepare for their trip to Fulham.
Go out and score at Craven Cottage!