Paul Pogba took to Twitter in the direct aftermath of Pep Guardiola’s comments on his future, and then reaffirmed his commitment to Manchester United after scoring twice in the Manchester Derby on Saturday evening.
The game was City’s biggest of the season and a game, had they won, would have seen them lift the Premier League title at the earliest point ever. Having led at half time, thanks to goals from Vincent Kompany and Ilkay Gundogan, it all looked a formality, but then Pogba stuck.
He netted two goals in three minutes just after the break, which then laid the platform for Chris Smalling to claim the winner late on.
Guardiola approached Pogba at full time to congratulate him, but not before the midfielder made a clear gesture to the visiting fans, pointing to the badge and saying “don’t believe the papers”.
Say what? ?? pic.twitter.com/FGCGFqAe64— Paul Pogba (@paulpogba) April 6, 2018
City now head to Wembley to face Tottenham, but because United don’t play until after, they are unlikely to clinch the title next weekend.
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