- Paul Pogba has taken issue with his teammates' performance following Man United's 4-2 defeat to Leicester
- Pogba noted United have been making common mistakes in recent fixtures, underscoring the need for the team to change tact
- The Frenchman now believes finding the right mentality and tactic will be key to them securing favourable results going forward
Paul Pogba has sent his Man United teammates a rallying call in the wake of their recent humbling in the hands of Leicester City on Saturday, October 16.
Despite taking an early lead via Mason Greenwood at the King Power Stadium, United went on to fall to a dismal 4-2 defeat against the Foxes leaving Ole Gunnar Solskjaer under increasing pressure.
Reacting to the defeat, Pogba noted the problems that saw United collapse against Brendan Rodgers' men have been a lingering factor for the longest time.
According to the Frenchman, United deserved to lose the fixture as they have not been learning from their past mistakes.
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"We deserved to lose," Metro UK quoted Pogba saying.
"To be honest, we have been having this kind of games for a long time.
"We have not found the problem, conceding easy goals, stupid goals. We need to be more mature, play with more experience and arrogance in a good way. We need to find something, we need to change," he added.
On his part, Solskjaer agreed his side deserved no point against Leicester, lamenting his wards' lack of focus and maturity in the tie.
"We didn’t deserve points today," the United boss said.
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The two were left out of the team after being involved in the World Cup qualifiers with their respective countries on Friday, October 15.
Unlike Cavani, Fred has been a mainstay figure in United's team despite criticism from fans due to his performances.
"I have got many good players. Fred, Edinson Cavani, you miss them. I am not making excuses for the team I put out there, they are top footballers and we have not produced," Ole said.
Source: Sports Brief News