Suspended France midfielder, Pogba believes his team has what it takes to burst the big bubble of top EPL title contender, Manchester City.
Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba has said that he trust his team-mates to get the result against league leaders, Manchester City in this weekend’s Premier League home clash.
Manchester United, who are in second place, trail Pep Guardiola’s men by eight points and will be without the suspended French international.
Pogba was sent off towards the end of his side’s pulsating 3-1 win against Arsenal at the Emirates on Saturday, ruling him out of this weekend’s potentially season-defining match at Old Trafford.
“I’m very disappointed because I really want to help the team and wanted to be there for this derby because obviously we are playing City and in this moment we need points and we need to win,” Pogba told English media ahead of this weekend game against City.
“Unfortunately I won’t play but I will be there to help the team mentally,” he added.
“We need to (attack City from the start). To win those games you need to give everything. “You need to be there offensively, defensively.
“Kill the game when you have one chance because they are City and they have quality as well in front and they can kill the game at any time,” said the 24-year-old.