On Tuesday night, a number of UEFA Champions League games were played across Europe. Atalanta vs Manchester United was a major match last night. The encounter between Italy and the United States concluded in a 2-2 tie. Cristiano Ronaldo equalized for Atalanta in the last seconds of the first half to force extra time. Atalanta's second goal of the game, scored by Zapata with minutes left in the first half, appeared to be the game-winner. Before the referee could blow the final whistle, Cristiano Ronaldo had scored his second goal to put the Red Devils back in front.
Cristiano Ronaldo was the talk of the town, but Manchester United's star left most supporters unsatisfied with his display. Last night, Paul Pogba failed to impress. Several times, the Frenchman was careless with the ball and his passing was inaccurate. Paul Pogba lost possession ten times more than any other Manchester United player in the first half, according to the game statistics.
Paul Pogba, on the other hand, did not play the complete game. In the 69th minute, Nemanja Matic came on to replace him. Many Manchester United supporters were dissatisfied with the midfielder's performance. Others wanted Paul Pogba replaced as soon as the halftime whistle sounded.
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