Manchester United star Paul Pogba has accused his team-mates of not showing the right attitude after falling to a 3-2 defeat to Brighton .
Having started the Premier League season with an unconvincing victory over Leicester City, United’s limitations were shown up on Sunday.
Glen Murray, Shane Duffy and Pascal Gross did the damage for Brighton in the first half, with Romelu Lukaku scoring the Red Devils’ only goal before the break.
Pogba added some respectability to the scoreline in injury time from the penalty spot, but he was not happy with the performance.
“We lost, we did not deserve to win,” he told Sky Sports .
“The attitude we had was not like we wanted to beat them, they had more hunger than us.
“I put myself first, my attitude wasn’t right enough, we keep trying and pushing, and it is going to be a big lesson for us.”
When asked about a disastrous first-half display, Pogba refused to state whether manager Jose Mourinho was at fault.