Manchester United superstar Paul Pogba has been accused of being too erratic this season to justify a spot in the Premier League team of the Year.
Paul Pogba: Manchester United superstar 'does not deserve' PFA Premier League Team of the Year inclusion
Pogba, 26, was the surprise inclusion in the PFA team of the Year voted by the players of the 20 top-flight English clubs.
Despite nothching 13 league goals, the highest tally of his career thus far, Premier League legend Gary Lineker believes his incosistency at the sixth-placed Red Devils doesn't warrant him a place ahead of the likes of Eden Hazard and Mohamed Salah.
"Pogba is a beautiful footballer, there is no question about that and has lots of qualities. In certain performances this season for Manchester United he has been exceptional," Lineker said, as per BBC Football.
"I don't think he deserves to be in the team of the year because his form has been erratic, certainly in the Mourinho part of the season. He has not been consistent enough."
Overall, the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner has directly contributed to 22 goals in 32 apperances in the English top-flight this season.
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