'Pogba not sent off because he's a Man Utd player!' - Chelsea fans rage over Man Utd leniency

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The central midfielder skated on thin ice to avoid a sending off in the first half of Jose Mourinho's side's trip to Swansea City

Chelsea supporters were incredulous at Paul Pogba avoiding a red card in Manchester United's clash with Swansea City on Saturday.

United midfielder Pogba picked up a booking in the 26th minute with a foul on Tom Carroll and, four minutes later, was perhaps fortunate not to see a second yellow when he brought down Martin Olsson.

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After Cesc Fabregas was sent off for two bookings last weekend in Chelsea's 3-2 defeat to Burnley, Blues fans were quick to draw comparisons in leniency for Jose Mourinho's side.

And, on the brink of half-time, Pogba’s saved header hit the crossbar before Eric Bailly forced the ball over the line to put United into a 1-0 lead at the Liberty Stadium.

Do you think Pogba should’ve been sent off before he played a key role in the opening goal, or was referee Jon Moss right to be lenient?

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