Things have gone from terrible to more awful to calamity to an outright train wreck for Manchester United as Paul Pogba has been shipped off against Liverpool. Joined allies have no bad things to say about the choice either, in the wake of watching their group get totally destroyed by their savage opponents.
There were hopes before the game that United would be able to restart their season after an inspiring comeback against Atalanta on Wednesday, but those hopes were dashed at Old Trafford on Sunday. A cataclysmic first-half presentation saw United go behind after only five minutes, with Naby Keita opening home the opener after some sad safeguarding.
It deteriorated from that point as Diogo Jota and a Mohamed Salah twofold saw United go in at the break in the midst of a deluge of boos from infuriated allies.
Pogba was presented at the break in a frantic ruse by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, yet it did nothing but bad as he lost the ball after only four minutes to permit Jorden Henderson to play through Salah for his full comeback.
Pogba's horrendous appearance endured only 15 minutes as he was shown a straight red card on the hour mark for an awful two-footed, studs-showing challenge on Keita, which saw the midfield Fans have condemned Pogba for the test and concur with the arbitrator's choice.
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