Paul Pogba's Ridiculous Long-Range Volleyed Pass To Marcus Rashford Sends Manchester United Fans Wild
Paul Pogba produced a pass of the season contender during his superb cameo for Manchester United against Tottenham.
Pogba came on as a second half substitute for United on Friday as he rescued a point for his side after winning a penalty.
But it was the star midfielder's incredible long-range volleyed pass to Marcus Rashford that got United fans extremely excited about his return to action.
The 27-year-old controlled the ball with his chest before teeing himself up then pinging an insane pass to Rashford, who was unable to complete the move with a goal.
Needless to say, Pogba's pass sent social media wild.
In 34 minutes, Paul Pogba had a 100% long pass accuracy, 94% short pass accuracy, recovered the ball 4 times, completed 2/2 take-ons, won a penalty and hit one of the passes of the season. He's back. pic.twitter.com/OdHNlgf7V3
- The Man Utd Way (@TheManUtdWay) June 19, 2020
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That pass from Pogba is outrageous. To hit that on the half volley perfectly in stride. Gets criticized week in, week out, but my word he is so gifted.
Amazing to watch.
- EiF (@EiFSoccer) June 19, 2020
Nahh, what a pass. Pogba is unbelievable
- Tom (@CynicalLive) June 19, 2020
"He's given Rashford countless passes like that. Pogba's a beast," one social media user wrote.
A second tweeted: "Deserved a goal just for the pass."
A third added: "No one like Pogba. No one."
Penalty or no penalty? ⚖
Eric Dier isn't happy with Paul Pogba but it's given and Manchester United level it up! :boom:
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Pogba's dazzling run to win the penalty, which was converted by Bruno Fernandes, earned United a point at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The Reds are two points behind Chelsea, who resume their league campaign against Aston Villa on Sunday, as the race for Champions League football for next season hots up.
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