Paul Pogba return already a shot in the arm for Manchester United

Doug Mendoza
November 21, 2017

Pogba made a successful injury return against Newcastle on Saturday in the 4-1 victory at Old Trafford. He was very consistent and could make the difference in every game, with or without the ball.

"If I don't believe we can still win the league, I better stop".

"Very experienced, very intelligent, the team was very well organised, they start very well, creating us problems, we couldn't play sometimes in our defensive areas but the goal was like a wake-up call and the team reacted very, very well and very strong. We believe we can do it". Mourinho was clearly moved to see the 36-year-old back in action, a good month ahead of schedule.

Mourinho - who revealed he allowed Pogba to decide how many minutes he played - feels the presence of the 24-year-old made a telling difference to the way the team performed, particularly in attack.

"It's fantastic to be playing", he said. I'm not anxious, I know what I do. "Even if I had a contract or not I needed to train, that's up to the other people, I knew I would stay because I wanted to stay", Ibrahimovic told reporters.

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"The numbers have never been an issue". I want to stay because I can perform.

"It's a kick up the backside maybe for Lukaku who's not been in good form, to say "listen, you need to get back on track again after the worldwide break, you need to start scoring again, because I've got other players coming in, it could be Ibra, it could be (Marcus) Rashford".

"When it happened I said giving up was not an option". I am at the age where I can choose what I want to do.

"I left it in Paul's hands as to how long he played".

It was a near ideal day for Mourinho, who also had Zlatan Ibrahimovic back after seven months out while Romelu Lukaku scored his first club goal since September. In my recovery, I have not rushed anything, I have been out for six and half months.

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