Man City left-back Benjamin Mendy made the fans startled when he collected a lot of trophies despite not much playing time.
In Summer 2017, Benjamin Mendy went to Man City from AS Monaco for £ 52 million. But since then, he has only played 22 matches in all competitions for Man Green and France.
Although the time devoted to Man City and France is not much, Mendy has 6 noble titles including 2 Premier League titles, 2 League trophies, British Super Cup and World Cup. Remarkably, in France’s 2018 World Cup championship in Russia, Mendy only played for 40 minutes. On average, Mendy needs 3 and a half matches to win a trophy.
Through Twitter, fans felt that Mendy was too lucky. The Chelsea defeat against City at the English Super Cup match in August 2018 was a rare 90-minute Mendy kick. Currently, Mendy is in Barcelona to treat knee injuries. Even so, he was still awarded a medal for having made 10 appearances in the Premier League 2018/19.
Most likely, Mendy will have a seventh title if Man City beat Watford in the FA Cup final at 18:00 on May 18.
‘M.U need discipline like Sir Alex’
Former midfielder Lou Macari condemned Paul Pogba for his handling of numerous Man United fans in the final match in the Premier League 2018/19.
M.U ended the 2018/19 Premier League in a way that could not be worse when they lost 0-2 to the relegation Cardiff at Old Trafford. This result extends the Red Devils’ only draw and loss in all competitions to number 6. Of course, Pogba is one of the most disappointing players with superficial, lack of enthusiasm.
In front of Cardiff, a Manchester United fan shouted at Pogba: “Please respect the club little bastard”. In response, the world champion had taken action to pray to the heavens and handed a kiss of irony to the fans on the stands. Pogba’s unprofessional behavior immediately received a fierce response from the Macari – who devoted to M.U from 1973 to 1984.
“Oh come on, come on! I don’t come here to see this. Anyone who does that to the fans, I will also condemn. What is he thinking?” contact.
Not only that, the 69-year-old former midfielder criticized Pogba for his indiscipline when former star Juventus gave his shirt to a young fan indifferently. Macari said: “Paul should not do that. He should leave the yard and then give it to him later. All of this is related to discipline. M.U is lacking in discipline like the time when Sir Alex Ferguson”