Paul Pogba posts cryptic message on Instagram after Manchester United win

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Paul Pogba eschewed the opportunity to end talk he is unsettled at Manchester United by insisting: "there are things that I can not say, otherwise I will get fined".

Asked if he was happy and comfortable, Pogba replied: 'There are things I can not say, otherwise I will get fined'. I haven't won the Premier League, I haven't won the Champions League, I haven't won the Euros so there are more to win. The French midfielder, who captained and scored in the match, said this on his social media channels: "I'll always give my best to the fans and my teammates no matter what's going on".

The French World Cup victor only returned to training on Monday following his exploits with his national side in Russian Federation this summer but has been selected by Jose Mourinho for the first game of the league season.

"So, obviously it's easier for a player to be on the same page with all the group - the manager was inside, the physio, the kitman, we were all a group in the team".

"And of course he trained lots of penalties during the World Cup - because it's something that, in a competition like that, every player trains a lot - and he was very confident".

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He is the best left-back at the club when he is fit and flying so I am glad he has got his goal, because it should take a bit of pressure off him. (It was) weird. I was thinking, "You've got to score".

Sanchez ticks all the boxes you want from your forward, so it is very hard to leave him out. That's the way I think football is going.

Vishwanath, an engineer like many young Indians, is a big sports enthusiast.

There was a fantastic atmosphere inside the ground because United were playing the kind of football their fans want to see and showing them something they had not seen for a long time, which was a bit of a spark. Right from his childhood, he thoroughly enjoyed following all the sporting events but his true calling came only when he started writing about them.

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