Paul Pogba's iconic moments for Manchester United, Juventus and France
Pogba is one of soccer's most decorated midfielders when it comes to winning medals and continues to deliver on the big stage for France...
Few soccer players divide opinion like Paul Pogba does, but one indisputable truth is few soccer players possess world-class quality like Pogba either.
However, the Frenchman has lit up both the pitch and the internet throughout his rollercoaster career, with his athleticism, creativeness and box-to-box dominance setting him apart from the rest, and even earning him the nickname 'Paul the Octopus' in Italy.
Pogba left Le Havre aged 16 to move to Manchester United, spending more than seven years at Old Trafford to date over two spells, with a very fruitful four-year sabbatical at Juventus sandwiched in between.
A player of his stature deserves to be celebrated, so we at Planet Sport are going to look back at some of Paul Pogba's most iconic moments to date.
2018 World Cup Winner
He sat alongside N'Golo Kante in a no-nonsense defensive midfield duo as France saw off powerhouses Argentina, Uruguay and Belgium in the knockout stages on their way to the final, but certainly saved his best until last.
World record transfer fee
The £89million fee they spent was, at the time, a world-record-breaking sum, surpassing the £85million Real Madrid splashed out on Gareth Bale.
An announcement video with grime artist Stormzy provided the grand re-entrance that the unprecedented move warranted, but the record was broken just one year later when Neymar made a £200million switch from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain in August 2017.
Four consecutive Serie A titles
Pogba's time at Juventus was packed full of success - the Old Lady won four Serie A titles on the bounce, two Coppa Italias and two Italian Super Cups, while also making the 2014/15 Champions League final.
The dab celebration
Pogba continued dabbing his way through 2016, helping to grow the move into the global sensation it became, and clearly remembered to pack it in his bags when he got his flight to England as he rocked it for the Red Devils with reacquainted team-mate Jesse Lingard.
Winning the Europa League
Playing against brother Florentin
The round of 32 match-up presented the unique situation of Paul facing off against one of his brothers (Florentin has a twin called Mathias who currently plays for Racing Murcia in Spain) for the very first time.
The action on the pitch in the first leg was dominated by Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who scored a hat-trick in a 3-0 win, but it was the scenes following the full-time whistle that we at Planet Sport love to look back on.
Naturally, Roy Keane put his two cents in on the matter, saying: "They've spoken to each other more tonight than I think I've spoken to any of my brothers in the last five years", but even his negativity couldn't ruin the special moment.
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