Pogba dedicates his goal against Burnley to newborn as he sucks his thumb in celebration



Posted Wednesday, January 30, 2019 by Thesun.co.uk

PAUL POGBA dedicated his goal against Burnley tonight to his newborn child - as he sucked his thumb in celebration.

The World Cup winner, 25, scored Manchester United's first of the night from the penalty spot as they battled from 2-0 down to draw in Fergie time.

Pogba dedicates his goal against Burnley to newborn as he sucks his thumb in celebration
Paul Pogba sucked his thumb after scoring for Man Utd tonight

Pogba rifled home his spot-kick in the 87th-minute, before Victor Lindelof netted a last-gasp leveller at Old Trafford.

The £89million midfielder and partner Maria Salaues welcomed their little'un to the world earlier this month.

And thanks to dad, Pogba Jnr is still yet to be alive for a United defeat - as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer desperately clung onto his unbeaten record.

The Norwegian caretaker boss had overseen wins in his first eight matches, but will be relieved to have stolen a draw tonight.

Pogba dedicates his goal against Burnley to newborn as he sucks his thumb in celebration
Pogba and partner Maria Salaues welcomed their baby to the world this month

Pogba dedicates his goal against Burnley to newborn as he sucks his thumb in celebration
Paul Pogba slammed home from the spot to help earn United a draw

Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood had appeared to give Burnley a shock victory in Manchester, only for the late fireworks.

But tonight was not Pogba's first baby-themed goal celebration - after unveiling the belly rub against Brighton earlier this month.

Once again finding the net from the spot, with his baby-step routine, Pogba sprinted off before giving his stomach a pat.

Pogba and Maria had a baby boy just before the Manchester United squad headed to Dubai for a warm weather training camp.

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