Paul Scholes thinks Liverpool and Man City might have to “start worrying” about Man Utd after their resurgence in the second half of the season.
Bruno Fernandes’ contentious penalty gave the visitors the platform as they secured a 3-0 win at Aston Villa on Thursday night.
Mason Greenwood’s missile and Paul Pogba’s first goal for 453 days then saw United extend their unbeaten run to 17 games in all competitions.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men closed the gap on fourth-placed Leicester to a point. Fifth-placed United go to the King Power Stadium on the final day of the season.
And Scholes posted a picture of the Man Utd players celebrating at Villa Park with a caption of “well then”. He reckons Liverpool and City will be worried about United next season.
“Is it time for a couple of teams to start worrying about this team?” Scholes added on his Instagram story. “I have a hunch they might be already 🤔”.
Roy Keane has dig at Pogba over lack of leadership at Man Utd
Roy Keane thinks that Paul Pogba “wants to be the main guy” on social media but not on the pitch, doubting his leadership abilities.
The World Cup winner scored his first goal of an injury-ravaged campaign on Thursday night. Wrapping up Manchester United’s 3-0 Premier League win at relegation strugglers Aston Villa.
Pogba is back playing with a smile on his face, a year on from admitting he could quit Old Trafford. The France star is even reportedly willing to extend his deal.
Despite his improving performances, Keane still thinks that Pogba is more interested in social media than being a leader on the pitch. Read more…