Mourinho praises Pogba’s penalty courage in much-needed Man Utd win

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Some teams with three chances they score three goals and some teams without the ball can resist and keep clean sheets all the time.

Pogba broke the deadlock after 27 minutes but only after converting the rebound when his penalty was magnificently saved one-handed by Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford. It was good for us and it was good for me.

Pogba has taken a total of 92 steps across his five penalties this season - that's an average of 18.4 steps per penalty - and seen two of them saved. The World Cup victor did his trademark stutter-run to the ball on the spot, but Pickford had done his homework.

"He took quite a long time to understand what we want, quite a long time for his brain and body to be ready for how we want him to play", Mourinho said.

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"This group obviously stays exciting until the end, I think that was clear from the draw", added Klopp. I saw him celebrating but I couldn't see his face from that distance.

Jose Mourinho praised Paul Pogba for his inclination to take Manchester United's penalties but believes the Frenchman may need to alter his technique.

He said: "I am happy again".

Unfortunately they soon took their foot off the gas and let Everton back into the match which forced the players to defend for their lives.

Pogba said: "I always try to destabilise the goalkeeper".

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"He's the full package if he's right, but I don't know if he doesn't want to be in Manchester or he's fallen out with the manager in pre-season because his partner has given birth, but there is a real player in there".

Following a Champions League performance against Juventus that was widely viewed as poor at best, he needed a reaction and made changes in naming his starting eleven: De Gea, Young (c), Smalling, Lindelof, Shaw, Fred, Matic, Pogba, Mata, Rashford and Martial. "I like the fact he wants to take the penalty but maybe he needs to change his approach. That is the way I think it is going now".

The competition at Chelsea has risen as most of the other unused midfielder are putting up great performances to get a chance in the first squad.

"Today, I was lucky, but the most important thing is that the ball went in and I scored a goal".

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Mourinho spoke glowingly about his no.11 after the game and also added in an interview with MUTV: "He showed the player he can be, because [he's] a talented player - he showed that many years ago". I think he can.