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Paul Pogba Officially Does Not Have A Weak Foot, Picked Out Kylian Mbappe With An Absolutely Unreal Pass

Nasir Jabbar

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Paul Pogba Officially Does Not Have A Weak Foot, Picked Out Kylian Mbappe With An Absolutely Unreal Pass

We're convinced Paul Pogba does not have a weak foot. His his long-range left-footed pass to Kylian Mbappe is a good case in point.

France were held at home to Bosnia and Herzegovina, drawing 1-1 in their World Cup qualifier on Wednesday.

Antoine Griezmann, who secured a shock deadline day move to Atletico Madrid, cancelled out Edin Dzeko's opening goal.

Image: PA
Image: PA

But one of the main takeaways from France vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina was Pogba's sensational ball to Mbappe.

In the first half, Pogba expertly picked out Mbappe from his own box - with his supposedly weaker foot.

Despite falling over, the Manchester United midfielder played a ball into the Paris Saint-Germain star's path in a sublime counter attack.

Pogba intercepted the ball then steadied himself before launching a stunning, stunning pass.

Naturally, his starring moment sent social media wild.

One tweeted: "Off his 'weak foot' while falling. Best passer of all time."

A second wrote: "He literally slipped and played that ball Jesus f**king Christ."

A third joked: "That pass should be illegal."

A fourth added: "Pogba doing that with his weak foot made me forget about Scholes."

France return to action on Saturday against Ukraine before hosting Finland next Tuesday.

Topics: Paul Pogba, Football, Kylian Mbappe, France

Nasir Jabbar
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