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Here's What Paul Pogba Shouted At Fans After Derby Win

09 April 2018

He's not had a great time at United but he was brilliant in the second half.

Manchester United was trailing by two goals but came back thanks to a one-two punch by Paul Pogba and a score by Chris Smalling to down rival Manchester City for its second loss of the season.

As the dust settles on Manchester United's stunning three-goal comeback against arch adversaries Manchester City, much will be made of City's collapse and Pep Guardiola's inability to affect the game tactically from the sidelines. "Last year, I still have it in my mind".

Pogba admits that losing to City and watching them celebrate would have been "like death" to United fans.

David De Gea's heroics have saved Manchester United on countless occasions, earning him the club's Player of the Season award two seasons in a row. From City's point of view, I thought they looked exhausted after the break - such a massive week seemed to have caught up with them.

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The Red Devils were abysmal in the first period but two goals from Paul Pogba followed by Smalling's victor spared their blushes. It could be missing chances but at the end of the day they scored three goals, we scored two and that's all that counts. The players are a bit better than what people think and I am a bit better than what people think.

The United 'keeper ensured that the visitors held on to their one goal lead with a trademark acrobatic save, tipping Sergio Agüero's header over the bar.

Pep Guardiola's men had the title in their grasp at half-time but captiulated after the break, which has capped off a miserable week for them after being thrashed in their Champions League quarter-final first leg at Liverpool on Wednesday night.

Guardiola's side have conceded six goals in two games, but of more concern to the Spaniard will be the fact that all those blows were landed in two short spells where his team lost any semblance of control over proceedings.

Here's What Paul Pogba Shouted At Fans After Derby Win