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Manchester United star Paul Labile Pogba has been in stunning form since the commencement of the 2021/2022 season. He began the new premier league season on a high note which saw him bang 4 assists in the match against Leeds United.
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On the other hand, N'golo Kanté is one of the first names that come to the mind of any football-loving fan when it comes to team list and Thomas Tuchel has always said he is lucky to have him in his team. He has improved his all-around play and he contributes more in the final third of the pitch without lagging in winning tackles and falling back to defend when his team needs him to.
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However, I am not in any way comparing these two great talents but I will be bringing to the light of my readers some things that Paul Pogba needs to learn from his countryman.
The Red Devils star needs to learn how to fall back whenever his team is under pressure. Many would say but he is an attacking midfielder and his work is majorly around the opposition half, yes, but we have players in the same role who falls back very well when their teams are under pressure and example of them is Koke of Athletico Madrid.
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Another notable thing is that Paul Pogba should learn how to stay away from the media for the wrong reasons. The former Juventus star has not stayed professional when it comes to news and rumor linking him with a move away from Old Trafford, he flirted about a move to Real Madrid, and his agent is not in any way helping matters too.
But should I blame the agent? Never, because no matter what Pogba's agent says or does, the midfielder must have consented to it.
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The reason you will hear Kanté's name is probably when he won a man of the match award or when he scored, he has also been linked with other clubs but you won't hear him disrespect his current club by flirting about a potential transfer elsewhere.Photo Credit: Twitter
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