Former Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand has hailed Paul Pogba’s performance vs Belgium as France reached the final of the World Cup.
The Englishman is working as a pundit for the BBC and didn’t hold back in his praise for the former Juventus man but did pick different aspects to point out.
People normally associate Pogba with his playmaking ability or ridiculous long range shots but Ferdinand was pleased to see his discipline and work rate.
If there’s one thing the Frenchman has shown this World Cup, is that he’s able to contribute to the defensive side of things when necessary.
Many criticised Jose Mourinho for attempting to use Paul in a double pivot of a 4-2-3-1 formation which requires him to do more defending than in a 4-3-3 formation for example.
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