Paul Pogba issues Man United rallying cry ahead of Burnley trip

Paul Pogba tells his Man United team-mates not to worry despite their defeat by Tottenham

Paul Pogba
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba Photo: The Sport Review

Paul Pogba has told his Manchester United team-mates “not to worry” despite their second straight defeat in the Premier League this week.

Pogba was unable to prevent the Red Devils from slipping to a surprise 3-0 loss to Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford on Monday night as Jose Mourinho’s men slumped to back to back defeats in the top flight.

The loss left Manchester United with just three points from their opening three Premier League games and with Mourinho’s men already six points off the pace in the race for the top-flight title this season.

Pogba will be hoping to help Manchester United to bounce back to winning ways in the top flight when they take on Burnley in the Premier League this weekend away from home.

And the French midfielder has told his team-mates not to worry about their blip in form as they look to try and get their campaign back on track as quickly as possible.

Speaking in an interview quoted in the Daily Express, Pogba said: “We have to keep going, we mustn’t worry.

“We must work. We are still Manchester United and we won’t give up on anything.”

Manchester United will be aiming to get themselves back into the title race this season as they look to try and win the title for the first time since back in 2013.

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