Manchester United ‘That was vintage Juve Pogba’ – Henry lauds Man Utd star’s performance against Everton Sacha Pisani 10:14 1/2/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Images Manchester United Paul Pogba Everton v Manchester United Everton Premier League The former Arsenal forward heaped praise on the French midfielder after his dominant display on Monday Thierry Henry was glowing in his praise for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, who set up both goals in Monday’s 2-0 win at Everton, also hailing the Frenchman’s leadership.Wearing the captain’s armband in the absence of injured full-back Antonio Valencia, Pogba provided assists for Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard at Goodison Park as Jose Mourinho’s side snapped a run of three consecutive draws in the Premier League.Pogba starred on New Year’s Day, at home on the left of a three-man midfield – where the France international established himself during his time at Italian champions Juventus before returning to Manchester in 2016. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player “He can play in a lot of positions. I said when he first arrived that, for me, he is not a holding midfielder,” fellow Frenchman Henry told Sky Sports .”He can play in a lot of positions but that is where he is at his best. That was vintage Juve Pogba.”Every time Lingard was making that early run inside, he was occupying that position on the left.”When you go back on your right foot — I used to go on the left myself — you can ping a ball on the other side, you can play that reverse pass, you can play a cute one-two, you can dribble past people. As we saw, he did it all in the second half.”When he plays at that level he is almost unplayable and I think he changed the second half.”He went up to a certain level. That’s what you do as a captain. You say to your team-mates, ‘guys, follow me. I’ll show you the way.'”Great win, good begin of the year, c’mon Uniteeed @ManUtd #mufc pic.twitter.com/Sdou35FVQ4 — Paul Pogba (@paulpogba) January 1, 2018 “When he plays like that and when he plays on the left, coming in and being kind of free, it’s very difficult to stop him,” Henry added.”Today he acted like a captain. That’s very important too.”Manchester United moved up to second in the table, two points ahead of Chelsea – who are due to play Arsenal on Wednesday – and 12 points adrift of neighbours Manchester City.Pogba and company face a match on Jan. 5, an FA Cup tie against Derby Country to close an insane run of fixtures over the festive period. The club will then have a substantial break before returning to Premier League action on Jan. 15 against Stoke City.
zoomIllustration. Image Courtesy: Pxhere under CC0 Creative Commons license Container capacity on the Transpacific route would remain unchanged this year as shipping lines currently do not plan any increases, according to Alphaliner.The carriers’ cautious approach marks the first time since 2009 that no new transpacific services are to be introduced on the route in the transpacific contract season, which starts on May 1, for the summer’s peak shipping season.Alphaliner said that Transpacific cargo volumes are expected to weaken this year, and eastbound liftings data for the first two months of the year already shows a reduction of -1.0%.On the Far East – USWC route, the total number of weekly services will be cut from 37 to 36 sailings from April, due to the withdrawal of the Zim Med Pacific (ZMP) service. Zim will then join the 2M on the Far East – PNW TP-9/Maple service and contribute four of the seven 8,400 TEU vessels to be deployed on the revamped loop.The partners of THE Alliance will combine their existing PS1 and PS2 loops into a new FP1 pendulum service, connecting North Europe, Asia and the US West Coast. The merged service will use 15 ships of 9,000 TEU, resulting in a small reduction in overall capacity of some 400 TEU weekly.However, THE Alliance will add a new PN4 service, using six classic Panamax ships with an average intake of 4,600 TEU. This additional capacity will nonetheless be offset by the downsizing of the carrier group’s existing PN3 service from the 13,300 TEU scale to 8,600 TEU, as the larger ships will be re-deployed to the Asia – Europe route, Alphaliner concluded.