Pogba, who moved to Manchester United in the summer in an £89million deal from Juventus, has been hammered by panelist Kilbane.
The midfielder came under scrutiny again after his performance against Hull as United drew 0-0 with the Tigers at Old Trafford on Wednesday evening.
The France international has struggled to impress after his big money move in the summer with many questioning the 23-year-old's value.
Kilbane argued that Paul Pogba’s quality can be seen from time to time – but it is the little things that he is getting wrong on a consistent basis.
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It’s the five and 10 yard passes that’s where he is really letting himself down
Speaking on Football Focus, he said: “It’s the basics that he is not doing right.
“I think it’s effecting him when he is missing these chances when he’s not getting himself beyond [the defence] I feel.
“It’s the five and 10 yard passes that’s where he is really letting himself down, consistently across the board this season, not good enough.”
Former Everton star Kilbane admitted that during the Hull clash there were signs to suggest Pogba was “world class”.
Commenting on his performance and a long direct pass to Marcus Rashford, the ex-Ireland international said: “He’s not doing it consistently and regularly but we all see the ability.”
Manchester United arrive at the Lowry ahead of Hull clash
Wed, February 1, 2017
Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba were among the Manchester United stars who arrived at the Lowry Hotel ahead of their Premier League clash with Hull City tonight (8pm)
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Anthony Martial gives the 'V sign' as Manchester United arrive at the Lowry
Paul Pogba has been heavily criticised for not performing up to the level of his price-tag
Manchester United face Leicester, who currently sit 16th in the Premier League after a poor first-half of the season., tomorrow.
Speaking in his press conference ahead of the clash at the King Power Stadium, United boss Jose Mourinho insisted he was still focused on achieving success at the Red Devils.
He said: “Something that doesn't change is my mentality – the desire to win, the responsibility to win, the feeling that I'm never happy with myself, I always want more from myself.
“That is something I always fight for every day for the people that surround me – players, assistants, medical department, everybody that surrounds me day by day. That's something I fight and I will fight for forever.”