Following Paul Pogba's controversial penalty miss in Manchester United's Premier League draw on Monday night, how the Frenchman reacted in the dressing room after the game has now reportedly been revealed.
Many fans and pundits criticised the France star for his failure to convert from the penalty spot in United's 1-1 stalemate with Wolverhampton Wanderers earlier this week.
While his execution and placement were poor, he also took the penalty instead of Marcus Rashford, who was on target from 12 yards against Chelsea just a week earlier.
According to the Daily Star, following the final whistle, Pogba walked into the United dressing room with his hands aloft, to show he was taking full responsibility for his mistake.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Rashford and a number of his other teammates have jumped to Pogba's defence following the backlash he has come in for, especially with much of the negative reaction on social media coming in the form of racism.
The Red Devils boss has since shown more support for the 26-year-old, saying the criticism, unconstructive or constructive, will make him stronger.
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