‘Sh*t Happens’ – Pogba Vows To Come Back Stronger After Liverpool Horrors
The Frenchman jumped up to clear the ball but ended up handing it, that allowed Liverpool to score the opening goal of the match.
James Milner calmly put the ball at the back of the net and if not for Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s brilliance United would have been left red-faced.
The world’s most expensive footballer was the highlight before the match after he launched his own emoji on Twitter, while he was also seen sporting a new hairstyle.
However, all of the off-pitch attraction just made it worse for Paul Pogba after the disastrous moment on the pitch.
Pogba is focused on the next game against Stoke on Sunday as he suggested.
“[Sh*t] happens,” he posted with a picture. “That’s when we need be strong. I’m here, ready to fight and ready for the next one!”
“I’d like to thank the supporters who are always there and keep believing in me. At least we did not lose. Never stop fighting.”