Paul Pogba has played down any idea of a quarrel with Alexis Sanchez after a Chilean argued with a Manchester United skipper over chastisement duties on Friday night.
The Red Devils kicked off a new Premier League deteriorate with a 2-1 win over Leicester City interjection to goals from both Pogba, inside a initial 3 minutes, and full-back Luke Shaw late on.
But there was a impulse of debate in a compare when Sanchez attempted to squeeze a round off Pogba before a penalty, yet a World Cup leader insists he was within his rights to take a spot-kick.
Asked if United have a designated chastisement taker by Sky Sports, Pogba explained: ‘We don’t unequivocally have one.
‘Even if a manager puts names though after it’s how we feel. we motionless to take it, we was as good on a names.
‘But maybe in a subsequent diversion we can leave it to Alexis, it’s not a problem. For me, it’s only a win that is many important.’
Pogba had a rather surprising run-up for his penalty, holding a series of tiny stairs before finally attack a ball, and he admits it is a technique that could backfire.
He continued: ‘Well, that’s my character of holding penalties. I’ve always finished it. It’s long, we know it can disquiet a goalkeeper, though that’s how we take it.
‘The many critical thing is that it goes in, since if we skip it like this afterwards we know what I’ll hear afterwards!’