Paul Pogba didn’t break his Ramadan Fast during Manchester United vs Roma. He gave his best during the match where they scored 6-2 to Roma.
Apart from giving away a penalty in the first half, which was an amazing harsh handball call, the Frenchman was exceptional in the first leg of the Europa League semi Final.
The player played an important role in Bruno Fernandes’ opening goal. His dribbling past a number of Roma players before finding Cavani Edinson on the edge of the box.
However, A devoted Muslim in the United Kingdom can’t take food or drink daylight hours in the holy month, which runs from April 12th to May 12th.
Paul Pogba still didn’t break his fast until full time. The player remained so humble in his post-match interview.
The humble and amazing player operates primarily as a central midfielder, but he can as well play as an attacking midfielder, defensive midfielder, and also a deep-lying playmaker.
In 2016, His performance at Juventus made his return to Manchester United for a then world-record transfer fee of 105 million(£89.3million)
The defensive midfielder remains the highest-paid by an English club.
Paul Pogba Remains Humble and Focus
The player was awarded the Best Player for his performances during the tournament at the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup.
Paul Pogba later made his debut for the senior team after he featured at the 2014 FIFA World Cup. He was also awarded the Best Young Player for his amazing Performances.
His time in Italy where he established himself among the most promising young football players in the world and then received the Golden Boy award in 2013.
However, Pogba was named to the 2015 UEFA Team of the Year. Also the 2015 FIFA FIFA World XI.
Where he helped Juventus to the 2015 UEFA Champions League
The defensive midfielder remains the highest-paid by an English club. In 2018-