Rio Ferdinand explains Paul Pogba’s turnaround in form

Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has hailed Paul Pogba’s recent upturn in form and has highlighted the Frenchman’s quick-play as the main reason why he’s doing so well.

Ferdinand, now retired, knows better than most what it takes to be a success at Old Trafford.

The legendary defender turned out for United from 2002 – 2014 during a 12 year period which saw the Englishman lift a whopping 16 major trophies, including six Premier League titles.

Now retired from playing and working as a top pundit on BT Sport, Ferdinand watched on as his old club side retained top-spot in the league after beating Fulham 2-1 during Wednesday night’s clash at Craven Cottage.

Yet another fine performance from midfielder Pogba helped secure all three-points for the Red Devils.

The World Cup winner popped up with the game’s winning goal after a stunning long-range strike gifted his side the lead mid-way through the second-half.

Speaking after the game live on air with BT Sport, as quoted by Metro, Ferdinand said: “The big difference recently is he’s been playing quicker. He’s quick with what he’s doing, the efficiency is top, top drawer.

“He is a magnificent footballer and when he’s in this form, he’s one of the best.”

United’s world-class midfielder’s continued impressive form is quickly becoming vital to their surprising title charge.

Keep us dreaming, Pogba.

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  1. Isn’t it weird, Pogba’s form goes up just when Bruno’s form goes down, if only they could both have improvement in form at the same time!

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