Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick has claimed that he didn’t hear fans booing Paul Pogba during the Norwich City clash.
Man United secured a hard-fought 3-2 win over 20th-placed Norwich at OLD TRAFFORD, thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo, whose hat-trick handed United all three points.
The Portuguese icon opened the scoring with a tap-in and closed the scoring with an outrageous goal from a free-kick, with a superb header in between.
Though the game ended in a way Manchester United fans would have managed, Paul Pogba was on the receiving end from the home fans.
The midfielder endured yet another disturbing performance, most notably in the second half, and was replaced by Rangnick late in the game for Marcus Rashford.
While he was leaving the pitch, some fans booed him and chanted “f**k off Pogba“. It didn’t end there.
Manchester United fans booed Pogba again while the midfielder was cupping his ear while walking into the dressing room.
After the final whistle, Rangnick said the boos Pogba received wasn’t fair: “I didn’t hear, but I was told after the game.
“I can totally understand the fans being frustrated, but I don’t think they should be targeting players individually. This is not right or fair.”