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Paul Pogba Gave His Shirt To A Fan Following Win Over Fulham

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Paul Pogba Gave His Shirt To A Fan Following Win Over Fulham

Paul Pogba continued his ridiculous recent of form for Manchester United by bagging a brace in the side's 3-0 win over Fulham, however one young fan was happier with his performance after the whistle than during the 90 minutes.

Since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over as manager of Manchester United there's been no more effective player than Paul Pogba. The midfielder has been involved in more goals in Europe's top five leagues than anyone else in that time.

On Saturday afternoon the Frenchman, who looked likely to leave the club under previous management, was on form again scoring twice in the Red Devils' 3-0 win over Fulham.



The former Juventus man played very well and won the Man of the Match award as Solskjaer won his eighth of nine Premier League games to put the team in fourth place in the league, ahead of Chelsea's game against Manchester City on Sunday.

Pogba was even able to come off early to take a bit of a break ahead of the Champions League game against PSG on Tuesday night.

After the match the World Cup winner made one fans experience even better when he handed his shirt to a young fan who had a sign asking for the kit:


The two goals against relegation threatened Fulham, a brilliant powerful finish at the front post in the first half and a penalty in the second half, took the 26 year old to 13 goals either assisted or scored since December 22nd.

United's run of form has seen them be unbeaten in 11 games in all, with two wins coming in the FA Cup, only failing to beat Burnley but even that game didn't halt their momentum as they came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 in a result that must have felt almost like a win.

Solskjaer and Pogba have some tough times ahead though. After the Champions League game with PSG there's an FA Cup tie with Chelsea, a league game with Liverpool and then a run of games at the beginning of March against PSG, Arsenal and City.


Can United finish in the top four?

Topics: Paul Pogba, Football News, Anthony Martial, Claudio Ranieri, Football fans, Manchester United, English Football, Premier League, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Fulham

Ryan Sidle
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