Marouane Fellaini has always been known a force to be dealt with in the air and, on Wednesday night in the Europa League final, he showed just how dominant he can be.
The United boss has been basking in both relief and glory as his side won the Europa League on Wednesday.
"Obviously I'm disappointed, because you play finals to win them", Bosz told a news conference at the Friends Arena.
"That's how we felt before the game, that's how we feel now". "We've done it, and we're proud", said Pogba.
But there was little to worry United's fans, who continued to defiantly chant the name of their grief-stricken city as the final whistle neared.
In sporting terms, though, this was a key victory at the end of an arduous 64-game season for United. "But we got it all". We know we've got the players capable of winning the league but it didn't happen - we've had to play through the Europa League to get to the Champions League. "We're in the same position, in the Champions League, with two trophies".
"I think there's a big difference in the physical way they (United) play, but its not a matter of strength - it's how you use your body, which we have to learn", Bosz said.
United will get another shot at a continental trophy when they line up against Real Madrid or Juventus in the Super Cup final in Skopje, Macedonia, on August 8.
And the 54-year-old claimed the market is now out of his hands as he takes a break following a gruelling first season at Old Trafford.
"I don't care at all".
Jesse Lingard says Manchester United did not meet their preseason targets to win the Premier League title or finish inside the top four but he believes their form this season showed they "we're capable of anything". "That's what it is all about".