Manchester United legend Gary Neville made his feelings about Paul Pogba clear as he conceded a sloppy penalty against West Ham.
The Red Devils were held 1-1 at home to the Hammers, in a disappointing result that could end up costing them a place in the top four by the end of the season.
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Pogba’s reckless handball allowed West Ham to take the lead from the penalty spot, with Michail Antonio putting the ball away to make it 1-0.
Speaking on Sky Sports commentary at the time, as quoted by the Metro, it’s clear Neville sounded annoyed with such a poor decision from Pogba at an important moment.
The France international has often had his critics during his time at Old Trafford, though he has recently shown a great deal of improvement.
This was not a great moment, though, and Neville did not hold back with his angry comments about the player.
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“He’s in trouble, Paul Pogba, he’s in big, big trouble,” Neville said as he watched replays of the incident.
“He’s given a penalty away, he’s put his arms up and pretended it’s hit his head.
“Rubbish, rubbish from him. To think, I felt a little bit sorry for him, I thought he took a whack in the head. Embarrassing.
“You don’t do that, you take it in the grid.”