Paul Pogba sees red over Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny reaction to dismissal

  • Paul Pogba sees red over Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny reaction to dismissal

Paul Pogba sees red over Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny reaction to dismissal

"I just know that Paul is frustrated and a bit disappointed with his [France] colleague [Laurent Koscielny] for his reaction, because everyone knows Paul is a clean player and it was not his intention".

"I loved the way my team played and fought".

De Gea admitted it's been a tough week but the positive results have given the team plenty of confidence, heading into an important double-header at Old Trafford against CSKA Moscow in the UEFA Champions League and leaders Manchester City in the Premier League derby.

"If it was hard, no; if it was mud, no - the pitch is absolutely handsome but I think they were a bit too much".

"It has been a tough week for Manchester City, but a good one, though it has also been a good week for Manchester United as well, in terms of competitors chasing City", Neville said in his latest podcast.

'We had a spell where we had four shots and everything went in, this time it was the opposite'.

Mourinho, who has claimed in the past he is treated differently to other managers, was sent to the stands by referee Craig Pawson for stepping onto the field during stoppage time of the 1-0 win at Southampton in September.

"We started with that desire and intensity, we played high and created mistakes", he said. "That's very hard to accept".

Inevitably, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger saw the two penalty appeals differently to his old rival and he took a swipe at Marriner's performance.

The Spaniard was the overwhelming victor of the club's Man of the Match award by fans on Twitter after making 14 saves - the joint highest total in a Premier League game since Opta recorded that data in 2003/04 - to keep the Gunners at bay. "It was a brilliant performance from the team, defensively and on the counter attack we killed them, so we're really happy with the three points".

Pogba produced one of the best moments of the match when the club record signing managed to hold off Laurent Koscielny before he found Jesse Lingard with a precise pass to make it 3-1.

The French ace, 24, won both the League Cup and Europa League during his first season back in the English game, but believes that analysis was distorted because of his price tag.

"Despite being 2-0 down we should have come back - we had enough chances", said Wenger, whose side are now fifth.