Paul Pogba Posts String Of Hilarious Post-Operation Instagram Stories
Paul Pogba took to Instagram following his operation this morning and proceeded to post a series of humerous stories.
The Manchester United midfielder had post earlier in the day that he would be undergoing an operation on his ankle.
A few hours later, he took to social media again while still suffering from the effects feeling of his anaesthetic.
He starts the video by letting fans know that his surgery went well and joked that he's still alive.
The World Cup winner then goes on to tell fans he needs to get a haircut and that he will continue to smile following the operation.
United fans reacted to the video from their star midfielder and found it hilarious.
Man is off his head :joy:
- Adrian (@Adrian_tribe) January 7, 2020
Man how can people hate him?
- Joan:bee: (@UtdJoan) January 7, 2020
He is high asf:sob::joy:
- Fly dem (@Jimmyconwayy19) January 7, 2020
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Bro is mad high. :grin::grin::grin:. Someone take his phone away from him. Lol.
- Ik_toons (@ik_toonz) January 7, 2020
However, some commented that they think the 26-year-old was posting to prove he was actually injured.
Top reds really got our best player having to make pre and post surgery videos to prove he is injured.
- Levi (@ManLikeMemphis1) January 7, 2020
pogba is the only footballer who has to take vids after op because fans will say he's lying. nonetheless, this is hilarious omdsss :sob::sob:
- yennefer's stare (@halaunitedx) January 7, 2020
Pogba has only featured in eight games for United this season and he's been plagued by injuries.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed that his latest injury is no connection to the one that kept him out for three months earlier this season.
He returned to action against Watford on December 22 but was sidelined following United's 4-1 victory over Newcastle on Boxing Day.
It's likely he'll be missing for a month after his latest injury setback.
Solskjaer will be hoping the midfielder returns in top form as his side are currently lacking in that area.
Scott McTominay is out until March and United face a staggering amount of games across four different competitions this month.
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