Although Paul Pogba scored twice against Manchester City in the Manchester Derby a couple of weeks ago, it has now come out that the player reportedly angered Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho at half-time.
The Frenchman inspired United's 3-2 comeback win over the Citizens at Etihad Stadium, scoring a quick-fire second-half brace.
Mourinho praised the 25-year-old after the Red Devils' victory, but according to The Sun, Pogba did something that infuriated his manager before the teams went out for the second half.
It has been claimed that the France international was talking under his breath while the Portuguese tactician was berating his players at half-time, which the manager deemed disrespectful.
Despite making his manager upset, though, the Frenchman was the driving force behind United's incredible derby win.
Pogba scored his side's first goal after a clever knockdown in the box from Ander Herrera, and then got on the end of a fantastic cross from Alexis Sanchez minutes later for his second.
The midfielder did not follow up his performance in the Manchester derby too well in United's next game, however, and was taken off early in the second half of their shock loss to West Bromwich Albion on Sunday.
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