Ole verdict on Pogba’s role in the victory against Leeds United.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer credit Paul Pogba for utilizing the freedom given to him.
The Norwegian deployed the Frenchman in a free role against Leeds United and it paid off for the Reds.
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Pogba who could have gotten a goal for himself in the game got four assists instead in the 5-1 victory.
The United boss have been questioned in the way he used Pogba in his team but the Norwegian is glad to free up Pogba today.
“I’ve had a great relationship with Paul ever since he was a kid,” Ole said. Today was just about ‘go out there and enjoy yourself’ because he had 45 minutes against Everton, which wasn’t his best.
“We gave him the freedom of roaming wherever you want to go and get on the ball.
“I can’t remember the last time that happened [getting four assists in a single game] but Paul’s got that quality and, when you’ve got runners willing to make runs and create space for others, it opens up.”