Pogba’s Red Card Might Just Spell The End For United’s Champion’s League Ambitions!

Last night’s game was scintillating, to say the least. After 11 games unbeaten, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer finally tasted his first defeat, to the relief of many of United’s rivals!

Indeed, Europe’s finest finally came head to head with the ‘so-called’ farmer’s league champions. And by the end of the game, I wasn’t sure if the farmer’s club meant PSG or United. Felt more like United, to be honest.

But let’s be fair, United was handicapped the moment Martial and Lingard sustained injuries. Once Mata and Sanchez stepped on the field, the pace was gone.

However, the big question racing through every United fan and pundit alike is; why did Solksjaer direct Mata to play on the wing?

He should have shifted him to the number 8 or 10 position. I would have rather seen Lukaku’s terrible touch on the wing!

On the other hand. Props to PSG. They proved me wrong. My word, Marquinhos bossed the midfield. In fact, I’m sure when Marquinhos went to sleep last night, his keychain was a caricature of Pogba.

Because the guy pocketed him all night! I won’t even touch on Mbappe….he’s the next god of football.

Which brings me to United’s main man. Monsieur Paul Pogba. That red was like a knife straight to the heart for United. Because let’s be real, United without Pogba is straight-up junior league football.

And the Oscar goes to Dani Alves. He was defiling Pogba’s mind all match long, eventually leading to that unfortunate red card.

Did Pogba deserve the second red? I don’t think so. But it’s going to be a tough road ahead for United.

However, fans are still 100 percent confident of Ole’s prowess behind the wheel.

Personally, I call it one-nil to PSG. Unless United can pull a rabbit out of a hat (which I hardly doubt considering their driving force won’t be able to play), we should probably place our bets on the safer side.

Nevertheless, football is the most unpredictable game in the world!


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