Patrice Evra has admitted that he laughs when he hears Donny van de Beek comparing himself to Manchester United teammate Paul Pogba.
Pogba United made their first league appearance in London’s stadium for more than a month, drawing a classic before goals from Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford he got the return victory.
Pogba has struggled to keep fit and fit this season Van de Beek he preferred old Gunnar Solskjaer lately. On Saturday evening the pair lined up together, but the Dutchman was taken to the break as he chased after United.
The role of the French star Pogba at the time was crucial The Red Devils They found a way to win.
“What a great goal for Paul,” Evra said. “When people start comparing themselves to Van de Beek, it makes me laugh. Look at that goal.”
Evra was also critical of what Van de Beek did in London when midfielder Bruno Fernandes replaced him.
Marcus Rashford was also sent off as a replacement for Edinson Cavani. These changes led to Solskjaer’s praise, after United had a disastrous first period.
Evra added: “I think we should give Oler credit, because when we lose people always attack Oler. What a big change – running behind the defense of Bruno and Marcus, that’s what we needed.
“They made a difference, and Mata and Paul came to life. Everyone knew that Cavani was not playing a good game, not even Van de Beek. He (Solskjaer) made a quick change, we won.
“I don’t want this team to react, but to act. But the truth is, after that bad first half … and now it’s like four wins in a row.
“So everything is positive for United, but of course when you take ownership of football, you know something is wrong when you always have to come back. I’m really happy tonight.”
Solskjaer was impressed with another return victory
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer denied that the team that beat West Ham was the clearest sign of his team’s current return trend.
In a post-match interview Sky Sports, Asked Solskjaer if the latest trend to regain his victory is “excessive”.
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He said: “You know, we played against a team that was attracted [Manchester] They have overtaken City, Leicester and the Wolves, attracting Tottenham.
“They’re a good team and they make it hard for you. They are very tight, they are aggressive, the pressure is very good, one of the best in the league.
“So I’m very happy with the performance. We went down 2-0 at Southampton last week and this was a breakthrough – just 1-0 down. ” Read more…