Manchester United boss, Jose Mourinho has hit out at Paul Pogba for helping Manchester City win the Premier League title.
Mourinho’s men suffered a shock defeat to West Brom in the Premier League on Sunday.
The outcome of that game meant that Manchester City were crowned Premier League champions.
West Brom’s Jay Rodriguez scored the only goal of the game against a lacklustre United.
Mourinho has been publicly critical of Pogba on a number of occasions this season.
And he again singled out the Frenchman for blame after Pep Guardiola’s men were crowned champions,
The former Real Madrid boss singled Pogba’s frustrating display before he was hauled off in the 58th minute.
He told reporters after the game, “In the first-half, I felt I had to bring one player with more dynamic and a player that runs more and has more touches of the ball.
“I had to make a decision to remove one midfield player and bring in Jesse Lingard and then after that I wanted more width.
“Paul [Pogba] had a yellow card and before that he had a situation not for a second yellow but you never know in football.
“So I reacted to that. “Paul’s game was complicated like many others, always one more touch.”