Man United have struggled to find the foil for Pogba since his then-world record transfer from Juventus where he played next to Andrea Pirlo and Arturo Vidal.
"There are things I can not say otherwise I will get fined", Pogba told reporters after the game.
"The truth is that we've been together for two years and I can't ask anymore from him".
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"And I think when you are that type of manager, you are going to be in the spotlight far more than others and everything is going to be picked up".
The main highlights of today's Mourinho press session were the responses the Portugese gave about his relationship with Paul Pogba. "There are things that I can not say otherwise I will get fined".
"He did it, did it better and for more time than we could expect".
Mourinho takes his team to Brighton on Sunday as he looks to challenge for this season's title, but warned supporters that they may have their work cut out. I repeat: I want him to play well, I want him to play for that team, I want him to play for the fans, and that is what he did.
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I don't believe there will be too much movement because we cannot sign, but different individual things can happen. We are talking about following our style but this style needs to [be learned by] some new faces and new players.
"He is very polite, very educated, never had a fight with me". We never had a warm (heated), a hard, I don't know how you say, exchange of words.
He is not expected to start against Brighton but Mourinho believes Pogba can turn in another impressive performance at Brighton, even if Valencia will resume the captaincy on his return from injury.
Mourinho confirmed Martial's fine revolved around recent events involving his late return following the birth of his second child.
"I don't care", Mourinho said of the interview.
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"So you have to ask him. I don't know", he said. "Captain's armband? I thought the minute we signed him he should have been made captain", said the flame-haired Pirlo. If anything, their home form has been central to their staying afloat in 2017/18 and it will most certainly come in handy again this campaign.