"For a match away to Sevilla we had a good percentage of the ball, and I think Paul had responsibility for that", he added when queried about Pogba's performance against Sevilla.
"We didn't play him to give more work and more protection, but it looks like he was not fully fit". He trained Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday and he looked fit.
"Could you imagine Pogba at City playing in that front line on the right there where Gundogan is playing or anywhere in and around there", Wright said on BBC Radio 5 Live. Sevilla were far better rival, creating chances throughout the match, only to be denied by David De Gea.
Chances for both Joaquin Correa and Luis Muriel fell to the home side, but David de Gea's fine form saw Mourinho thanking the Spanish worldwide. "I think all round he is the full package", Ferdinand said.
David de Gea has kept 19 clean sheets for Manchester United this season but perhaps none will turn out to be as financially crucial as the one he maintained against Sevilla last night. They had a couple of good situations.
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"They're the things that make or break you as a footballer and I feel like it is how you deal with those situations that define you as a player and as a character on the pitch". "I think we finished the game with more space with more close to the possibility of scoring a goal, so no".
After drawing 0-0 in Seville - thanks in large part to David De Gea - United will head into the second leg at Old Trafford on March 13 with the tie still in the balance.
"I know the Champions League has taken over now, particularly with the money behind it, but to be successful, to be a big club you need to win trophies". It's not good, its not bad.
Having held on for a vital draw, Mourinho told reporters that he was pleased with the performance, heading back for the second leg at Old Trafford in two weeks time.
"It was the last minute of the first half so my save was at an important moment of the game. I made a save, I'm happy for that", Sport24 quoted De Gea, as saying.
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