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Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba prevails against brother Florentin

17 February 2017, 03:08 | Joan Schultz

GETTY Anthony Martial has suffered a dip in form at Man United

Anthony Martial has suffered a dip in form at Man United

The elder Pogba, who can play at centre-back or left-back, will be tasked with containing little brother Paul who joined Manchester United in the summer for £89 million, making him the most expensive footballer in history.

That still wasn't enough for former United captain Keane though, as the current Republic of Ireland assistant manager criticised Pogba for his constant communication with his brother while the match was being played.

"I learned to lose and I would say that you're not losing but learning".

"But all this stuff before and after the game, [it's] a lot of nonsense - but that's the modern player, I'm afraid".

They face playing a minimum of 65 games if they reach the FA Cup and the Europa League finals. He can handle all of that because of the mental strength he has had since his youth. "The fact they're better than us on paper doesn't matter".

"We'll always be behind him".

Jose Mourinho has dropped Anthony Martial in recent weeks
GETTY Jose Mourinho has dropped Anthony Martial in recent weeks

"It's good because we wanted to win, we wanted to score goals, and we did so it will be easier for us in the next game", he added.

When your younger brother's transfer fee breaks world records, it would make it tough for the two older ones. It will be weird but that's football.

Mourinho yelled at both stars from the sidelines, and according to the Manchester Evening News, he gave both players a piece of his mind in the United dressing room at half-time, with his side leading 1-0 thanks to Zlatan Ibrahimovic's deflected free-kick.

Florentin and Saint-Etienne have a mountain to climb if they are to deny Paul's United a spot in the last 16 next week. "But one day I will, hopefully", Florentin Pogba told The Guardian. I'm not going to knock him out.

Florentin adds: "My parents will have mixed feelings because whatever happens there will be one victor and one loser".

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