The former Manchester United footballer referred to the play in which the French player covered his face with his arms and gave West Ham the penalty kick.
The tie of Manchester United against West Ham is not explained without the hand of Paul Pogba In the area. And it is that the French footballer, in his eagerness to cover his face, covered himself with his hands and committed a penalty, something that did not go down well in Gary Neville.
In the broadcast for Sky Sports, the former Red Devils footballer said: “He is in a big, big problem. He committed a foul, that gave the opponent the penalty and pretended to hit his head.”
Undeterred, he continued, “It’s crap on his part. Trash. And to think that I thought a little sorry for him. I thought he had been hit in the head. Embarrassing. It’s criminal, it’s obvious. that”.
To Neville’s words, Patric Evra added: “As soon as I saw Paul stand up and his face was sweaty, without blood, I knew he had used his hands. It is a great, great mistake. Paul knew it and we have the VAR “
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