‘There Is No Leader In The Team’ Scholes Blast ‘Inconsistent’ Frenchman
Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes is the latest pundit to comment on United’s uninspiring display against Brighton on Sunday.
The legendary midfielder admitted that Mourinho’s team lack a leader on the field of play.
According to him in his post-match analysis, the want-away player Pogba should be blamed for their defeat to the Amex outfits. This is because he lacked the quality of a good leadership.
Paul Pogba was lively against Leicester in the first match of the season but he was far from impressive against the Seagulls.
Scholes claimed that the 25-year-old is very Inconsistent in his game and he shouldn’t be trusted with the responsibility of leading the team to the League trophy this season.
He also blasted the Frenchman for not supplying Anthony Martial many balls during the game.
He said the Frenchman denied his compatriot the chance to show his quality during the game as he hardly pass the ball to him.
Martial was isolated throughout the time he spent on the field of play because he didn’t see much of the ball at the left flank of the pitch.
Martial was replaced in the 60th minute by Mourinho, who was impressed with what he saw from the player and his whole team.