What Paul did to a young fans after Fulham victory

  • The former Juventus continued his impressive
    run under interim boss Solskjaer after netting
    11th EPL goal this term
  • Pogba scored two goals for the Red Devils
    while Martial’s superb goal wrapped the
    weekend for the Old Trafford’s outfit on a
    winning note
    Manchester United star Paul Pogba reduced
    a young fans to tears at the Craven Cottage
    after handing his jersey over to the
    supporter after his side’s 3-0 win over
    The Frenchman scored twice as the Red
    Devils showed no mercy for the Cottagers
    in front of their fans on Saturday
    Pogba’s first goal came in the 14th minute
    and by the 65th minute, he has completed
    his brace while his goal tally in the EPL
    rose to 11 goals and eight assists.
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    Anthony Martial scored United’s third goal
    through a superb solo run from the
    midfielder and ensure they extend their
    unbeaten run to 11 games in all
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    And also rose to fourth on the league table
    with 51 points from 26 matches – one point
    better than Chelsea, who face Man City in
    one of Sunday’s fixtures.
    At the end of the game, the young United
    fan held a sign that read: ” Pogba, can I have
    your shirt please
    And the 2018 World Cup winning
    midfielder obliged after which he
    exchanged handshake with the kid’s
    guardian as reported by SunSport.
    However, in spite of their stellar run under
    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Pogba believes the
    Red Devils are far from where they belong,
    saying they still have a long way to go.
    ” We talked about this there’s still a long way to go
    but we want to stay there.

    ” We were very far behind and now we get back to
    the top four but there’s still a long way to go with
    big games coming up so it won’t be easy.

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