The Manchester and France creative midfielder Paul Pogba has let the cat out of the bag by expressing his feelings over how he has been the most criticised player on earth.
Paul Pogba who provided two key contributions in France’s unconvincing 2-1 win over Australia at the World Cup during the weekend has made it known that he remains the most criticised player on earth and doesn’t why this is happening to him after breaking a record transfer from Juventus to Manchester United two seasons ago.
His beautiful performance can be seen as the Manchester United midfielder played in Antoine Griezmann for the forward to win a penalty for France’s opening goal, before later seeing his deflected shot go in via the underside of the crossbar for the winner.
The 25-year-old had an inconsistent season for both club and country in 2017-18 season,and his performances is continuously coming under the microscope, in responding to the critics, Pogba says he pays no attention.
“It seems I have less right than others to make mistakes,” he told Telefoot.
“It’s funny. I went from the biggest transfer in the world, to the most criticised player in the world. The critics will always be there. That’s football
“When I was little with my friends, we always used to take the p*** out of each other, saying ‘you were good, you were bad.’ It’s what happens on every football pitch and I treat the criticism now like I did when I was playing on the block as a kid.
“I’m out there having fun – and that’s the only answer I can give to all those people who criticise me or think I am this or that. It’s not a big deal. Everybody has opinions.”
France’s World Cup campaign continues on Thursday when they face Peru as they play their second match in group C.