Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has described winning the World Cup as the best moment of his career so far, and has stated that he wants to silence his critics.
Pogba’s future at Old Trafford has been a constant source of debate, with the Frenchman constantly linked with moves away, ever since returning to the club in 2016.
Ralf Rangnick’s arrival as interim boss before switching to a consulting role next year may cast doubt on Pogba’s future, with the former RB Leipzig boss not entirely positive about the midfielder in some of his previous comments.
The 28-year-old’s club form compared to his performances while on international service has proved to be a regular frustration for many fans, and it may come as no surprise that his favorite moment of his career has come while he was in France.
By participating in a video feature with Amazon Prime Video called “Confirm or Deny,” Pogba responded with confirmation when asked if winning the 2018 World Cup was his best moment so far.
The midfielder gave the same answer when asked if he likes to prove his critics wrong, which United fans hope he can do while still at Old Trafford.
Pogba also responded with “confirm” to the statements that he loves to spread positivity and that his other favorite sport is basketball.
His only denial came when he was asked if Jesse Lingard is the best dancer in United’s locker room, where Pogba insisted the title should be handed over to himself.
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