Gary Neville slams Paul Pogba for slump in form

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"Yeah, that is the level we have to aspire to because that's the level we have been", Solskjaer said.

If he was surrounded by class players, you'd get to see the real Pogba.

"But he's a great player and he can be a great player, he just has to get his focus back".

Many Manchester United fans would prefer to see their cross-city rivals to win the Premier League title ahead of Liverpool.

He has tried it numerous times throughout his career and drew closer against Manchester United, but he couldn't send the ball into David de Gea's net.

Manchester United star Paul Pogba is playing like he did when former manager Jose Mourinho was in charge at the club.

"If we want to get back to Manchester United's true tradition and level we have got to get to challenge the Barcelonas, and I've got to say they were a couple of levels above us in those 90 minutes and at Old Trafford".

Solskjaer is seeking to finish the season with a flourish but added of the Barca setback: "We gambled and you can say that we gambled and lost but we had to go for the first goal".

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According to him, Manchester United can make life unbearable for their Spanish opponents if they can get a goal.

However, certain United supporters seemed to agree with Neville's line of thinking, and admitted that even with their best starting eleven on the pitch, they would struggle to beat City, and so it made flawless sense for Solskjaer to rotate his players around.

While Solskjaer was rightly lauded for the transformation there is little doubt that the former United striker enjoyed his fair share of good fortune in those first few months.

Neville highlighted two United players he feels can learn from the Barca defeat, while indicating that others are simply not good enough to improve sufficiently.

'We have five days until Everton, so we have got plenty of time to get ready and we will be ready'. We know we can't start Champions League games like that.

Here are some moments he came closes to ticking one of the aforementioned boxes.

"They're years away from most of the top teams in Europe, now".