France international pays tribute to Paris victims with boot

Pogba paid tribute to the victims by wearing a tricolour boot of the France flag

Paul Pogba

France international and Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba honoured the victims of Paris attacks in his own way during the UEFA Champions League against Manchester City on Wednesday, November 27.

France officials confirmed that 130 people died in a series of terrorists’ attacks on Paris on Friday, November 13 with three losings their lives at the Stade de France where France were playing Germany in an international friendly.

Pogba who was playing in the friendly game, paid tribute to the victims by wearing a tricolour boot of the France flag.

He was in good form in the game as Juventus beat Manchester City with a lone goal to finish top to the UCL group.

Pogba took the ball past several opponents before playing in Alex Sandro to set up the decisive goal.


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