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Paul Pogba: Man Utd star's brilliant highlights in Spain 1-2 France have emerged
Paul Labile Pogba. Serial winner.
The France and Manchester United midfielder added another international trophy to his collection on Sunday after winning the UEFA Nations League final.
Pogba was instrumental as France defeated Spain 2-1 at the San Siro, running the show throughout.
The 28-year-old's stats, per StatmanDave, show just how impressive he was.
Pogba shines once again for France
Pogba is enjoying a fine season for Man United but it's while representing his country that we typically see the midfielder take it to another level.
In June, Pogba told L'Equipe that he believes he has more freedom at France compared to at United, and he seems to relish the responsibility given to him by Didier Deschamps.
Pogba's highlights vs Spain
Of course, we know how good of a player Pogba is. His range of passing is exquisite - he's showcased this on several occasions - and is close control among the very best in the world.
To see him do it on the biggest stage, though, is always fun.
He was incredible for France in their World Cup final win over Croatia three years ago and on Sunday, he showed once again that he was loves the spotlight as he ran the game.
When he's at his best, Pogba is one of the most enjoyable players in the world to watch. His qualities mark him out as a complete midfielder, and fans were effusive in their praise for the former Juventus man on Twitter.
Pogba adds to his trophy collection
So that's a Nations League winner's medal to add to the collection for Pogba, who has enjoyed a fine international career.
He's failed to win over every Man United fan out there but when he dons the famous shirt of Les Bleus, he rarely fails to deliver.
United fans who watched the encounter are now expressing their frustrations with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who has commonly used Pogba out wide.
"Pogba is the best cm itw and we play him on the 'wing'", one fan on Twitter wrote.
Another sarcastically added: "4 more days until Ole plays McFred with Bailly and Lindelof as CBs and Pogba on the wing."
A third wrote: "How will United coaching staff see this match and still put Pogba on the wing?"
France might just be providing the blueprint on how to get the best out of Pogba - but United fans don't feel like Solskjaer is paying attention.