Paul Pogba asked questions about the comments of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's "reality check" before the Manchester United vs Everton match


Paul Pogba reacted to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's warning to Manchester United players by acknowledging that their clash with Everton was a "fate", with the club's top four hopes being in the balance.

United will face Everton at 1:30 pm in Goodison Park and play his next games against Manchester City and Chelsea in a crucial week.

After five defeats in the last seven games, provoking a serious swing for Solskjaer, Pogba was composed during his interview with a Sky Sports reporter in the Goodison tunnel before the match.

"We know that there are only five games left – it's a very important game today and the result is also important," Pogba said.

"This match today is our destiny."

After Solskjaer claimed that the recent defeats had turned out to be a "reality check" for some of his players, Pogba had been asked if the team had been affected by the manager's comments.

At his pre-game press conference, Solskjaer warned: "As a club, we can not carry players."

He added a series of questions clearly designed to bring out his side of his sleep: "Are they fit enough? Are they hungry enough? Do they have enough that? Do they want to give everything to the team? Or do they only think of themselves? "

Pogba said in response: "The past is the past, we have to think about what's going to happen today, we're playing at Everton, Man City and Chelsea and it's going to be all right for next season.

"It's destiny for us."

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