Again, Paul Pogba again become the focus of the press after the match MU by their mistakes. French midfielder had mixed with both hands, makes a ball in the penalty to avoid the ball out the back of Declan Rice playing off the West Ham side.
Daily Mail called mistakes Pogba was "ludicrous"
Of course, this shadow phase not escape the eye of the VAR and the visitors held the lead at the end of the first half from a penalty. Unfortunately for MU is Mason Greenwood shine timely to take a precious point for the hosts at Old Trafford.
This is not the first time Manchester United can not win the chance to Top 4 Premiership. Therefore, the British media delve into the blunders of the French midfielder. Chris Wheesler writer of the Daily Mail headline article put Pogba up after the game with the word "ridiculous" with quips.
"Manchester United are losing pace they have created since the tournament back. "Reds" chance extended unbeaten run to have a chance of 20 and sure to have an interest in the Champions League. They were held to a draw in the day West Ham continue to believe Solskjaer but David de Gea this teacher found a handball player other very well. Sadly it was Paul Pogba. "
Telegraph called handball situations of Pogba was "difficult to explain"
James Ducker writer of the Telegraph, it seems "gentle" with the article "Pogba courtesy opponents a penalty is difficult to explain: MU strenuous Air West Ham". Author articles that need to thank Greenwood Pogba helped her escape one disaster after "throw the ball" in the penalty ".
Of course, with this silly challenge Pogba ball can not escape the offensive display of the former Manchester United. Gary Neville proved extremely angry even on television. "Pogba has made mistakes extremely serious. He handball on a play ball right at the beginning.
The Sun quoted criticism of Gary Neville for Paul Pogba
A play rubbish, too embarrassed. He has no reason to raise your hand in this situation. Pogba could do anything to avoid it but the ball is not the hands. It makes MU fell into plight ".
James Robson writer also indicated clearly the current situation of MU. "The good news is MU gained autonomy tickets for the Champions League next season but the bad news is that their players are tired and scared." Reds "have to back yourself the trip to King Power ".