Paul Pogba has told Manchester United fans the team will ‘continue fighting’ after their miserable week ended with defeat at Watford on Sunday lunchtime.
The Frenchman played in the Red Devils’ midfield but couldn’t prevent his side from suffering their third defeat in just eight days at Vicarage Road.
Jose Mourinho’s side fell to a 3-1 reverse to compound their misery after losses against Manchester City and Feyenoord.
Pogba tweeted: “Thanks to all supporters for being there for us, results are not there yet but we will continue fighting, United we can!”
Former Chelsea boss Mourinho was unimpressed in the aftermath of the defeat, and singled out Luke Shaw for criticism for his role in Juan Camilo Zuniga’s decisive 83rd-minute strike.
The Frenchman has vowed to ‘continue fighting’
He said: “The first Man City goal and this second goal against Watford – you can find an incredible similarity, which is Kolarov has the ball in a difficult situation in the corner and my players, instead of going up to press they decide to give space.
“And here for the second goal, Amrabat receives the ball and our left-back is 25 metres from him instead of five metres. But even at 25 metres, you have to jump and go and press, but no, we wait.
“This is a tactical but also a mental attitude. It’s something that doesn’t become perfect in a couple of weeks.
“I can split these defeats into three factors – one, the referee’s crucial mistakes are not in my control, there is nothing I can do about that.
“But against Man City you know what happened in minute 55 (a Claudio Bravo challenge on Wayne Rooney which might have brought a penalty and red card).
“You know that happened for the fist goal here and against Feyenoord there was the offside goal.
“Secondly there is (being) lucky and unlucky. It’s part of the game.
“The third thing is what is my hands, which is the improvement of the team and the individuals. Try to stop with the defensive mistakes. I knew that I had a task.
“So we have to improve, no doubt, individually and collectively. And that’s my job. Lady luck you don’t control and referees mistakes you don’t control.”

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