New footage has been released from Manchester United's 5-1 victory against on Leeds on Saturday which shows Pogba making a wonderful 'no-look' pass to assist Mason Greenwood's goal.
Pogba produced one of his best performances in a United shirt as he exhibited his huge range of passing and vision in his free role from the left side of the midfield.
United fans have been reacting on social media to the new footage that shows how remarkable Pogba's assist was which crucially helped put United back in front after Luke Ayling's wonderful equaliser.
Pogba saw Greenwood's run but looked somewhere else. Is Pogba mad?!!!!:joy::joy:- Amadeo Oluwaferanmi MUFC (@amadeobreezy) August 18, 2021
La Pioche :clap: pic.twitter.com/KbHdxQOLvQ
Pogba capped off the his incredible midfield performance with four assists which has already beaten his Premier League tally from last season.
Since United re-signed the French midfielder in 2016, there have been many debates over where his best position is yet Pogba seemed to enjoy the freedom of being deployed from the left and coming inside to link up the play.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was asked about Pogba's performance after the game and said: "Today was just about, 'go out there enjoy yourself. We just gave him the freedom of roaming wherever he wanted to go and getting on the ball.
"All the best players would want to feel our trust and confidence, and Paul is one of those who can create moments out of nothing."
Pogba echoed these feelings during an interview in April where he said: "I just like to be free; free to play my football. I am better when I play my football."
The World Cup winner's creative masterclass on Saturday has caused many United fans to urge Pogba to sign a new contract as he enters his final year with the club.
However, there is still great uncertainty over his future as it is widely reported that Paris Saint-Germain are willing to offer the midfielder a huge contract on a free transfer to bring him back to France next summer.
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