Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba and club manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have been heavily criticized for the penalty chaos at the Old Trafford outfit this season.
The duo were criticized by Premier League legend Matt Le Tissier in a chat with the Daily Mirror.
Matt Le Tissier had an illustrious career with Southampton.
According to him, Paul Pogba and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should have handled the penalty chaos this season in a better way.
He went on to rip into French midfielder Paul Pogba who the Southampton legend accused of promoting himself at the detriment of the team.
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Matt Le Tissier also said Solskjaer showed lack of professionalism after he appointed two players (Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba) as the designated penalty takers when he could have settled for one.
On his preferred penalty taker for Manchester United, Matt Le Tissier said that England international Marcus Rashford is a better option.
Manchester United have missed their last two penalties and the misses have been costly for the former Premier League champions.
Paul Pogba missed a second half penalty during the 1-1 draw at Wolves in a week 2 clash in the Premier League before Marcus Rashford hit the post with a second half penalty during the 2-1 home loss to Crystal Palace in week 3.