France international Paul Pogba is said to have infuriated Manchester United faithful, after visiting Paris for a promotional event barely days after the Manchester club were humbled at Anfield. The 2018 World cup winner was left on the bench in the 3-1 loss to Liverpool, with Jose Mourinho admitting that he had no reason to introduce the midfielder in the game. This was the second consecutive game in which the former Juventus midfielder was an unused substitute.

The player has been criticized by Jose Mourinho in the current season, but the Manchester faithful are unhappy with his action of attending an event after the club lost to Liverpool. The 25-year-old posed for pictures alongside former Juventus teammate Paulo Dybala, while he was also seen dabbing in videos with fans, And United supporters were furious with Pogba’s response just a day after the crushing defeat at Anfield which has left the club 19 points behind Liverpool in the Premier League

A Red Devils supporter who did little to hide his frustration wrote on his Instagram page: ‘Absolutely ridiculous. A day after such defeat and this dude out here dabbing and posing. Says a lot about the club and some individuals.’

Another supporter wrote: ‘This in contrast to Herrera’s post… go back to Juventus Paul, your heart isn’t at Man Utd.’ Another United fan added: ‘Paul Pogba starting his transition back to Juve. No respect for United.’

The Old Trafford footballers have been quiet on media following the defeat with only Herrera demanding for improvement among the Manchester teammates in coming games.

The midfielder posted on Instagram: ‘Today has been difficult day for all those associated to Man Utd, but I believe that we should continuing expressing ourselves even on bad days like today. Our fans deserve it. ‘All of us that make up the first team are responsible for this situation and all of us need to play our part to improve it. I don’t think there is any other way other than hard work and effort, and I’ll continue giving my all until the last day that I wear these colours.’