Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has started the season with a bang, as he has been superb in United’s first two games of the campaign.
Pogba got a record four assists in Manchester United’s 5-1 win over Leeds United in the opening game, and assisted Mason Greenwood’s goal against Southampton.
With 5 assists in just two games, Pogba is looking like he’d have a phenomenal season this term, but the Frenchman revealed after the game that he isn’t too thrilled about the assists.
According to Pogba, he’d rather trade the assists for wins.
Speaking to MUTV after the 1-1 draw, Pogba said: “It’s always great, but I prefer to win the league and not have the record.
“I think we dropped a few points today — we’re happy we didn’t lose and we get this point with positivity, but we know this game, I think at the end of the season those two points are going to be very important.”
“I think we deserved more, but you also have to show more also on the pitch.”