Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has insisted that Paul Pogba must do better.
The former Republic of Ireland international was speaking after the Red Devils lacklustre 0-0 Draw with Sevilla in the Champions League last 16 tie, a game in which the Frenchman was left on the bench.
However his services were called upon after just 15 minutes with Ander Herrera seemingly picking up a hamstring injury.
Speaking after the game, the outspoken pundit said that a number of Manchester United player’s, including Pogba, must do better.
“Pogba is a really good player,” Keane told ITV Sport.
“He is under a lot of pressure at the moment, [there is] a lot of speculation about him and [was] left out tonight, but you’d still have Pogba in your starting 11.
“I look at Pogba off the field and he seems to have a big personality, whether it be social media, the cars he drives or his haircuts – but he needs to bring that onto the football pitch.
“But Man United’s problems aren’t just with Pogba. Lukaku needs to do better, Sanchez – I know he is new to the club – he has got to do better. They obviously need to reinvest in some defenders, so you can’t keep pointing the finger at Pogba – but of course the lad has to do better.”
Pogba has been left out of three of the last five Manchester United starting lineups, with Mourinho’s side losing the the two games that the 24-year-old has started.