To be fair, Pogba is now playing in exactly the position (left hand side of a midfield three) he himself said was his best. He had an okay second half (not sure why he's getting this acclaim he seems to have attracted, however) but, nonetheless, he looks to be a huge waste of money. And he missed the best clear cut chance of the whole game, without even hitting the target.
Young looked good until he actually had to deliver the ball - then I think his desire to turn back onto his right foot became apparent. He did better than most Man U players but that really is damning with faint praise.
Rashford looks completely devoid of confidence to me - he hasn't became a bad player by the age of 20 but if your boss continually and publicly criticises you, that's always likely to happen. He needs to get away from that atmosphere immediately.
I'm not sure exactly what Lingard's role is still but he was woeful on Saturday. Contributed absolutely sweet fuck all.
The worst player on the pitch offensively though was Sanchez - an utterly incompetent and frustrating performance. He was almost anonymous and when he did show up, he was either giving the ball away, getting in the way or moaning at his team mates. I've never been his biggest fan and Saturday was typical of why.
Lastly, God fucking help us if Phil Jones actually has to play anytime during the World Cup. He is a penalty and/or sending off waiting to happen every single time he's on the pitch.
a bunch of dudes jamming but some of the abrupt edits serve as a reminder it owes a lot to technology. It finds ***** distancing himself from his musical past, but it sounds equally far from the dense abstraction his music would take on later