- Paul Pogba shocked fans after answering some Champions League questions after gatecrashing a house party
- The Frenchman answered correctly which club he scored his UCL goal against
- Roy Keane was pleased with the role the midfielder played in the Red Devils return to Champions League next season
Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba, pulled a stunt on fans after gatecrashing a house party and answered a few questions about the Champions League.
The Frenchman helped the Red Devils finish third on the Premier League table with 66 points - enough to see them play in Europe's elite competition next campaign.
Though, he has the chance to win his second Europa League title this term as they are one of the favourites left in the championship.
Pogba connected well in time to give responses to a few questions about himself, in a forum which has singer Bailey May, football freestyler Jack Downer and sports presenter Layla Anna-Lee in attendance.
"You better watch out what you're gonna say now," Pogba joked as he joined the quiz.
When asked which team he scored his first Champions League goal against, the former Juventus attacker named Greek side Olympiacos as his right answer.
Pogba was also right when he was asked the second question: "Which player did Paul Pogba assist to put Juventus through to the 2015 Champions League final?"
Daily Star reports that the Frenchman recalled it was Alvaro Morata, but struggled as the quiz continued.
Man United's record signing failed when he was asked "Which artist performed at the 2017 UCL Final Opening Ceremony presented by Pepsi?"
He said Dua Lipa but the right answer was actually The Black Eyed Peas, while Dua Lipa performed at the 2018 Champions League final instead.
After helping United secure a passage back to the Champions League, Red Devils legend Roy Keane urged him to show more consistency.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Keane said: "I think he's done okay. I wouldn't get carried away with what Pogba's done over the last two months.
"We've said it before - he is a talented boy, but you need a bit more than that. For example, this is Pogba in a nutshell - brilliant, poor from Spurs, brilliant, absolutely brilliant. Big, strong boy, he's got a goal in him, he's got a pass.
"I like watching Pogba when he's at the top of his game, but then we see incidents where he's not at it, the penalty incident the other night kind of summed him up.
"The fact is some people were defending him after the game but the fact is he came out and apologised. Pogba's got qualities but he doesn't do enough week in, week out."
Legit.ng earlier reported that Paul Pogba has given a massive hint to Man United fans that he will still be a Red Devil shortly after their win at Leicester City.
United secured a top-four finish in the Premier League and booked their place in next season's Champions League.
It took second-half goals from Bruno Fernandes and Jesse Lingard to get the better of the Foxes at the King Power Stadium.