Jose Mourinho’s men were embarrassed at Stamford Bridge yesterday as the Blues ran out 4-0 victors.
Goals from Pedro, Gary Cahill, N’Golo Kante and Eden Hazard ruined the Special One’s return to his old stomping ground.
And Old Trafford hero Neville has hit out at United’s £89m world-record signing Pogba, claiming the Frenchman and his team-mate Herrera were at fault yesterday.
“For the fourth goal… Herrera and Paul Pogba there, I think it’s absolutely scandalous,” said Neville on Match of the Day 2.
“For the fourth goal… Herrera and Paul Pogba there, I think it’s absolutely scandalous”
“The way Kante runs in behind Pogba – Herrera can see the run as well but doesn’t track him – then he’s one-on-one with (Chris) Smalling and it’s just too easy.
“He shouldn’t be allowed to run in behind Herrera.”
United were behind within 31 seconds at Stamford Bridge following a mix up between Chris Smalling, Daley Blind and David de Gea.
And Neville reckons Blind is as much to blame as the England centre-back for their shocking start in west London.
“He (Smalling) will get the blunt of the criticism but there were other players involved,” he added.
“Straight from the kick-off Daley Blind isn’t in line with his centre-backs. He should be up, then they can play Pedro offside. Pedro makes a run in behind him and Chris Smalling should see the run. I don’t think he sees him.
“As the ball comes over the top, look at the surprise in Smalling’s face. Blind should track the run but it was an horrendous start to the game.
“It typified United’s afternoon.”