Paul Pogba posts cryptic message on Instagram after Manchester United win

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Paul Pogba's weird "slow motion" run-up for his penalty may have come as a surprise to Manchester United fans at Old Trafford last night but a few may have remembered it's a technique he regularly uses - notably doing it in an FA Youth Cup quarter final away at Anfield as a 17-year old with a very different outcome.

Asked if he was happy and comfortable, Pogba replied: 'There are things I can not say, otherwise I will get fined'. For us it will be a hard season because I had my plans, and I had my plans for many months, and I started the Premier League season without a situation I thought.

Moments after leaving the stadium around 11.30 p.m., Pogba posted on social media: "I'll always give my best to the fans and my teammates no matter what's going on".

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Mourinho cut a gloomy figure throughout pre-season, seemingly frustrated by the club's failure - or disinclination - to secure more of his summer transfer targets.

"We saw the downtrodden Jose Mourinho last season and the difference was that they didn't win anything".

"Every team is a good team, forget the name, forget the history, forget the shirt".

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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. I was meant to come inside and I managed to get in front of him [his marker] and put it in.

'When he started, I don't know what he was doing actually, just moving up towards the ball, you thought, "Oh no, start running quickly, you're not going to get enough power in it",' the United legend said on Sky Sports.

Mourinho is known for his short-term measures but the club want to keep a fine balance between the manager's requirements and trying to keep him happy.

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"I have the foundations to do that here with the manager and my team-mates at Manchester United". I want to play for England and I want to be involved again. It's the last time I speak about it.

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