Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba, has reacted to his side’s 2-2 draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League fixture played on Saturday.
Pogba was at fault for Chelsea’s opener, after losing the Blues defender, Antonio Rudiger at a corner to allow the centre-back a free header.
United went in front thanks to Anthony Martial’s brace, but were denied victory by midfielder, Ross Barkley’s stoppage-time equaliser.
But reacting to United’s draw against Maurizio Sarri’s side, Pogba took to his official Twitter page, @paulpogba, to urge the Red Devils to focus on their next game against Serie A champions, Juventus in the Champions League fixture on Tuesday.
The France international, however, admitted that Chelsea’s clash was a tough game.
“Tough game, we keep focused and on to the next @ManUtd,” Pogba wrote.
Meanwhile, Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, defended Paul Pogba after his poor marking from a corner led to a Chelsea goal.
“Players make mistakes and I prefer to focus on the global performance,” Mourinho said when asked about Pogba’s role in Chelsea’s first goal.
“My midfield was very good. Paul was good, [Nemanja] Matic was good, [Juan] Mata was good, Ander Herrera was also in the game.
“The three attacking players work a lot – Mata, [Anthony] Martial, [Marcus] Rashford. The team did a fantastic work, so I will try to focus on the level of the performance and forget the bad result. I think we deserve much more than this result but this is what it is.”