Twitter Fumes Over Paul Pogba’s Unorthodox Penalty Technique

Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho reveals why Paul Pogba must ‘change’ penalty approach | Daily Star

Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho reveals why Paul Pogba must ‘change’ penalty approach | Daily Star

The striker was also in fine form on Sunday as he netted and was named as the man of the match in the 2-1 win over Everton on at Old Trafford.

Ahead of the game, Mourinho dropped Romelu Lukaku, who has not scored since September 15, replacing the Belgian with Marcus Rashford, who has scored one goal for his club this season.

Pogba's goal came on 27 minutes, with the midfielder then setting up fellow-countryman Martial, who produced an outstanding curling first-time finish.

Pogba was given the opportunity to put United ahead after Anthony Martial went down under a challenge from Idrissa Gueye, who appeared to get a slight touch on the ball before barging into the Frenchman.

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His penalty-taking method must rankle with pragmatist Mourinho and a loose pass led to the Toffees' goal, but Pogba was so often at the heart of United's best moves and in this mood his manager will accept the good with the bad.

Sigurdsson took a more orthodox approach to his effort than Pogba, blasting an unstoppable shot past De Gea into the corner.

At his prematch news conference on Friday, Mourinho said he has got striker problems.

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"We are not as rock solid as I would like".

"Some teams they have three chances and score three goals". We came back well and created enough chances. We needed points. I think in the last game against Chelsea we should have won.

The Belgian striker last found the net in a 2-1 win over Watford in September - his fourth of the season - and his run of eight games without a goal has coincided with a hard spell for United.

"I like the player that say, 'I want to take it.' But Paul, can he improve?"

"But for us in this moment it is nearly impossible to keep a clean sheet even with the phenomenal goalkeeper we have".

Unfortunately they soon took their foot off the gas and let Everton back into the match which forced the players to defend for their lives.

"His performance today without the goal would be a good performance, and what I want from him is exactly that".

'Obviously in the Premier League every team has quality to hurt you, so we knew they would try to score.

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