Man City's record-breaking season reveals dominance of their title win

  • Man City's record-breaking season reveals dominance of their title win

Man City's record-breaking season reveals dominance of their title win

Jose Mourinho has called out Manchester United's multi-million dollar midfield asset, Paul Pogba to up his game. "I told Paul after the City game I don't expect him to be man of the match every week".

"I expect you to be consistent in a certain level".

I imagine he has to take care of that stability and with which will appear the actual match want it occurred in the direction of Metropolis'.

Liverpool may be flying now, but their early-season problems killed their challenge before it even began, while Arsenal and Chelsea have been out of the reckoning since the autumn. Stability inside the working week and for the last few weeks, I'm really happy with him'. Phil Jones has returned to first-team training, however, but is unlikely to be risked given his recent lack of game time.

Mourinho has been publicly critical of Pogba on a number of occasions this term and the self-professed Special One once again threw the Frenchman under the bus on Sunday afternoon.

Will United be able to topple their rivals next season and win back bragging rights in the city? "We need the points to finish second. obviously to finish fourth, we need four or five points, but to finish second we need much more than that".

"We are just trying to improve a little bit more, to give sequence to it".

"I saw lots of people on the moon because we won against City". "We are not going to spend more than we can, we are not going to do anything insane", he said.

"They won the title because they were the best team".

"But it is not about us and them, I think it is about the six teams".

In truth, City have looked down on everyone this season virtually since the first ball was kicked last August.

Paul Pogba channeled his inner Goku (the lead character of the show) as he got a new, show-inspired haircut done.