Manchester United played out a 2-2 draw against Atalanta on Wednesday night, to pile up more pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s double was enough to see United avoid defeat in Italy, in a game that saw many of our players below their best.
One of such players was Paul Pogba, who gave the ball away all too often, as he returned to Solskjaer’s starting 11.
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes aimed criticism at Pogba, Eric Bailly and also David De Gea for their mistake leading to the first goal conceded by Manchester United.
“Probably not great again. A little bit sloppy at times I think, you’ll see from their goal,” the United legend said on BT Sport at halftime.
“I think [Eric] Bailly gets caught, obviously the keeper could do a lot better.
“There’s been a lot of mistakes in that half. I don’t think Paul Pogba will be particularly enthralled with his performance.
“[He’s] given the ball away a lot really. That goal’s probably made him survive the second half.”