Finally World-record signing Paul Pogba showed Manchester United what they’d paid for on Saturday.
The midfielder opened his account for the Reds and was man of the match in their 4-1 win over Leicester.
Naturally, he fancied a little celebration.
Always the first to the dance-floor, Pogba broke out the moves for his Instagram
Clearly in a buoyant mood after the win, Pogba stuck around to sign autographs for fans.
Pogba won man of the match for his display.
Former Player, assistant manager for the England national football team, and as co-owner of Salford City, Gary Alexander Neville said it’s what United should expect from Pogba.
A lot of people are asking ‘£90million for a midfielder?’ You have to influence the game,” said Neville.
“Today he influenced the game. It was the best I’ve seen him.
“If you think about what you want your central midfielder to do for £90m, you want him to pass well, you want him to run forward, you want him to be a threat in the box, which he was, he scored a goal.
“You want him to be dynamic, you want him to actually sprint back and have an impact defensively.