- Paul Pogba has jokingly taken a swipe at Bournemopurth Josh King
- Man United defeated the Cherries by 5-2 in a Premier League tie at Old Trafford
- Pogba and King were teammates during their academy spells with United
Paul Pogba has aimed a slight dig at Josh King after the Bournemouth striker pulled his shirt during Man United's 5-2 win at Old Trafford.
The Frenchman and the Norwegian striker were teammates in the Red Devils academy a few years back before going their separate ways in 2012.
United continued their unbeaten run in all competitions after they outclassed relegation-threatened Bournemouth in their Premier League fixture over the weekend.
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Pogba had a huge influence in the game, providing accurate passes in the midfield that helped his team when going forward.
And King was pictured pulling Pogba's shirt from behind which the 26-year-old made fun of him on social media after the game.
Pogba joked on Instagram: "Bro I told you I would give you my shirt you don't have to take it like that hahahah."
After spending years together at United's academy, Pogba joined Juventus while King had spells with Blackburn, Hull City and Preston.
And the duo have kept their friendship intact and were pictured relaxing together in London, a day after United beat Bournemouth 2-1 at the Vitality Stadium in 2018.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo and France international Paul Pogba have been spotted dancing to Wizkid's song named Soco to celebrate their Premier League superb win over Bournemouth.
Manchester United were so superb in their encounter against visiting Bournemouth at Old Trafford scoring five goals to keep their hopes of qualifying for Champions League alive.
Mason Greenwood scored twice, Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Bruno Fernandes scored a goal each as Manchester United currently occupy fifth position on the Premier League table.
Legit.ng also reported that Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, prior to the Premier League suspension, was not having a good season at all and he was the first one to admit that.
United’s record signing in 2016 started the season on a high, emerging with scintillating performances in the opening weeks, notably against Chelsea on match-week one.
Things quickly took a turn for the worse for the World Cup winner as he was out with injury before the first month of the new season was done.
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