Manchester United recorded another below-par performance against the Gunners in yesterday’s 1-1 draw at Old Trafford.
Though Solskjaer’s men took the lead at the stroke of half-time, their overall display was nothing to applaud as they gave away the lead in the 58th minute.
Monday’s result has kept many fans and pundits talking and former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel is the latest man to comment on the club’s poor display at Old Trafford.
Schmeichel questioned Paul Pogba’s commitment as he was confused about the player’s role in the team. He confessed that he found it difficult to understand the role the Frenchman was playing during the encounter.
“Pogba played very, very deep and I don’t understand what his role in this team is?”
“Even when Ole made the substitutions and put Pogba further forward, not a lot happened,”
He charged Solskjaer to deploy a formation that will give the World Cup winner the freedom to showcase his obvious potentials as soon as possible.
“He’s not playing in the same way he did last season for sure. I think they need to find out what his role is and how Manchester United should play with him in the team and then it
should be communicated to everyone”
He equally advised the former Juventus man to improve his game because fans are unhappy with his display since the start of the season.
“You know the 75,000 here, they’re not really too happy with him to be fair, you kind of hear that around that people don’t like Pogba that much because he doesn’t do much for the team,” he concluded.