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Someone has made a compilation of Paul Pogba's "highlights" against Liverpool on Tuesday night and it makes for hilarious viewing.
Just days after being booed by Manchester United supporters, the Frenchman was forced off early on in the 4-0 thumping at Anfield, Jesse Lingard coming on to replace Pogba in the 10th minute with United already trailing 1-0.
Pogba suffered a calf injury and is now a major doubt for United's next two fixtures against Arsenal and Chelsea.
And the former Juventus midfielder ended up getting trolled on Twitter, where his "highlight reel" went viral for the wrong reasons.
Set to rapper Dave's hit 'No Words' and lasting just 27 seconds, we see the Sky Sports team graphic before two clips of Pogba needlessly giving the ball away in the opening exchanges.
Then, he's ambling about on the pitch after pulling a muscle and signals to the bench to take him off.
The video has amassed nearly 100,000 views and been shared all over social media, with quote-tweets, retweets and likes galore.
Pogba's night was the equivalent of that Freddie Ljungberg meme where he walks onto the pitch and trots straight back off it.
And Gary Neville believes the outing could well be Pogba's last in a United shirt given his contract is up in the summer.
Speaking on commentary, Neville said: "That could be Paul Pogba's last minutes in a Manchester United shirt, if that injury lasts for a few weeks."
Sky Sports are reporting that Pogba is increasingly unlikely to sign a new contract at Old Trafford, with the jeering from United supporters helping him making his decision.
Sources have told Sky Sports it is increasingly likely that Paul Pogba will leave Manchester United this summer after being booed by fans in the game against Norwich. pic.twitter.com/kcsMWaaPw3— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) April 20, 2022
Pogba was also subjected to chants of "f*** off" from United supporters and responded by cupping his ears to them at full-time as he headed back down the tunnel.
The World Cup winner returned to United for a second spell in 2016 when he signed for a then-world record £89 million fee from Juventus.
He's played 229 times, scoring 39 goals and winning the Carabao Cup and Europa League in his first season.
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