Midfielder Bruno Fernandes of Manchester United took the opportunity to prove that Paul Pogba, part of the squad, was better off. The Stars of the Red Devils entered a clash on Sunday in their League of Nations. But none of them could make the victory as it ended in 0-0.
The pair also had difficulties with both Tottenham players earlier this month in their humiliating 6-1 defeats.
He saw his rage in the dressing room at half a time.
Pogba said he was “dreaming” to play Real Madrid this week, but he was speculating about his future.
But last night’s international conflict statistics among the United Midfielders may indicate that you are more valuable to the Old Trafford side.
Bruno Fernandes has been brilliant at an international level that has not been achieved by Teammate Paul Pogba, Man United.
According to WhoScored, the two players played a significant part with 74 and 62 passes, respectively, for the French and Portuguese stars.
But Fernandes found his man more frequently and achieved a pass rate of 81% compared to 78% of the man of £89 million.
While United No.18 also got his team on more often than not, he hit two Pogba ket passes.
The Portuguese middleman also has four good assignments, twice as many as his teammate.
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The main difference, however, is how well the players have kept themselves.
In his 80 minutes at the pitch, Fernandes never lost the ball again, and Pogba lost four possessions – more than any other match.
It’s like the enthusiasm of the Portuguese middlemen spread over anger during the Tottenham defeat, as well as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s tongue-click.
One source told the Mirror, “You can’t help but listen to him.
“When he ran down the tunnel, he was frustrated with a thunder-like smile.