Pogba's penalty certainly is one to watch and it is an interesting technique.
Games against Wolves, West Ham and Newcastle offer a chance to close the gap on early leaders Liverpool and Chelsea but Mourinho has warned his players not to take their good form for granted.
That the season follows a World Cup also adds to the challenge, a fact epitomised by Tottenham - the club with the most semi-finalists - losing three successive games since comprehensively winning at Old Trafford.
Instead of praising Pogba's performance, however, Graham Souness criticised the France World Cup victor, urged him to change his attitude and start focusing on football.
Summer signing Diogo Dalot made his first team debut during the Champions League win at Young Boys on Wednesday night but Mourinho says the young full-back won't feature against Wolves as he'll be saved ahead of next week's League Cup clash with Derby County.
Pogba has faced a lot of criticism since his £89.3 million return to United in 2016 and the vast majority of that has come from Souness.
"Having the ball is only half of the game. The team is playing better and they are part of the team that plays these matches".
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"You can't pick and choose when you want to be bang at it".
"I am optimistic, but a hard season, yes", he said.
"Now I can say, I don't understand how you can play the best club competition on artificial pitch", said Mourinho, who had declined to comment on the surface before the game.
"I think this is more the influence of the moment". I don't see him having improved at all since the day he arrived. I had some players after training yesterday - light training - and they were feeling ankles, back pains, sore.
"With him, he needs to sit down and look at himself if he wants to get where he wants to be".
Milner is adored by the Liverpool fans because of his passion and work rate and even though he is ageing, he still manages to find the energy to close down his opponent.
The 65 year old hasn't been happy with Pogba's social media activity and incistance on getting a haircut, heaven forbid. "He's a proper player", Souness wrote in a Paddy Power column.