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    EPL: Pogba scorns Solskjaer, Man Utd fans after 4-0 whipping at Everton



    Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba, scorned chief Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's structure, for the players to welcome the away fans, following their 4-0 pounding at Everton on Sunday.


    Joined went into the separate two objectives, because of strikes from Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson.

    Lucas Digne and Theo Walcott included more objectives in the second half.

    At the full-time whistle, Solskjaer left United's burrow and strolled over to the furthest side of the pitch, to approach the voyaging supporters.

    The Norwegian held up two hands to flag a conciliatory sentiment to United's supporters, while Diogo Dalot and Scott McTominay remained behind to cheer the away fans.

    Solskjaer was additionally observed revealing to United's players who had remained on the pitch to approach their supporters, before making a beeline for the changing area.

    Pogba, be that as it may, swapped shirts with his France partner Kurt Zouma and headed straight down after a short discussion with Everton's focal safeguard.

    "I'm incensed the reality he's needed to go over and apologize for them.

    "I've regularly said on the off chance that you have weeds in the patio nursery, you must dispose of them.

    "Be that as it may, there's some Japanese bunch weed at that football club and it's assaulting the establishments of the house, and it needs managing appropriately," previous United skipper Gary Neville revealed to Sky Sports after the diversion.

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