Paul Pogba’s gesture sparks backlash from Old Trafford crowd

Video: Paul Pogba gesture sparks backlash from Old Trafford fans after Norwich

Footage emerged highlighting the latest developments in the increasingly tense relationship between Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba and the club’s supporters on Saturday night.

The clip in question originated in the wake of the Red Devils meeting in the Premier League with Norwich City.

Pogba, for his part, got his start in the confrontation, enjoying a solid, if not great, outing en route to Marcus Rashford with fifteen minutes remaining.

On his way off the field, the French player was then targeted by sections of the local crowd, who chose to drown out the chants of others with audible boos.

And this feud continued against the backdrop of the final whistle at Old Trafford.

As Pogba, along with his teammates, made his way back towards the pitch-side tunnel, the 29-year-old, perhaps unwisely, caught his ear in the direction of the Manchester United supporters.

And this act was clearly not appreciated at all by those present at the engagement, who responded quickly with jeers and new whistles and shouts:

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By turning attention to the event itself in the red half of Manchester this afternoon, United have, of course, done enough to get back into their winning ways.

Although Cristiano Ronaldo’s brilliance looked less impressive across extended periods throughout the proceedings, it proved the difference.

The Portuguese star, who has been heavily criticized for a flurry of lackluster form lately, came back to life against Norwich en route to all three goals in a 3-2 victory.

Ralph Rangnick’s team, in turn, returned to fifth place in the English Premier League table, after Arsenal and Tottenham fell to two surprise defeats earlier in the day.

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