Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has admitted that his exclusion from the squad for the game against Pescara was 'a good lesson'.
The 19-year-old was left out for the trip to the Adriatic coast because of late arrivals to two separate training sessions, but the teenager has conceded that it was right he was not involved.
“It was just a misunderstanding,” he told L'Equipe. “The Coach decided not to involve me and it seemed right.
“For me it was a good life lesson.”
He also commented on his season so far, but claims he will not rest on his laurels.
“So far everything is going well,” he said. “It is nice that I am playing, but I cannot settle for this. A career is not made on a couple of good games.”
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