Paul Pogba has apologized to his Manchester United teammates following his red card against Paris-Saint-Germain in the Champions League encounter at Old Trafford.
The Premier League club suffered a shocking defeat against Paris-Saint-Germain in front of their fans which now makes the second leg match in Paris a Kilimanjaro for United to climb.
Pogba was red carded in the second half when his teammates were trying to restore parity against their visitors.
The 2018 World Cup winner gave a bad tackle to Brazilian defender Dani Alves and the referee had no choice than to give the Frenchman his second yellow card which sent him out of the game.
The former Juventus star felt bad about the incident when his other teammates got to the dressing room.
He then apologized to his teammates for the pain he made them go through after he was sent off against Paris-Saint-Germain.
Meanwhile, Paul Pogba will miss the second leg match against Paris-Saint-Germain because of the red card he got.
Manchester United’s defeat against the French club was the first loss for interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who has been impressive since he replaced Jose Mourinho.
The 2018 World Cup winner has now been suspended for the second leg of the round of 16 Champions League encounter against PSG in Paris.