Paul Pogba, the French star who plays for Manchester United, accused his teammates for not showing the proper attitude after his team lost to Brighton by 3-2 goals.
Football news: The French midfielder was left fuming because of the first half performance of the Red Devils
United’s limitations were revealed on Sunday after they had an unconvincing winning start to their season against Leicester City.
At the half-time break Brighton were already 3-1 up as Glen Murray, Shane Duffy and Pascal Gross scored for Brighton while Romelu Lukaku scored for United.
Pogba scored a penalty in the injury time and added some respectability to the scoreline but the player was extremely disappointed with the team’s performance.
"We lost, we did not deserve to win," he told Sky Sports .
"The attitude we had was not like we wanted to beat them, they had more hunger than us.
"I put myself first, my attitude wasn’t right enough, we keep trying and pushing, and it is going to be a big lesson for us."
However Pogba refused to comment anything on Jose Mourinho when the French star was asked if it was the manager’s fault for the disastrous first-half performance.
"The first half, I think you should ask him. I don’t want to talk for other people, I think you should ask him," he added.
After two rounds of the Premier League, Manchester United are currently at the 10th position with three points so far.
Their rivals in the likes of Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham have all got their perfect starts to the season and are already three points ahead of Mourinho’s men.