Paul Pogba showcases astonishing skills

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Midfielder Paul Pogba's protracted and somewhat ugly exit from Old Trafford was greeted with anger and considerable disappointment from many Manchester United fans.

The 20-year-old Frenchman, who joined the Red Devils from Ligue 2 outfit Le Havre in rather acrimonious circumstances in the summer of 2009, was considered as one of the club's most promising talents and was tipped to have a great future ahead of him in the Premier League.

Pogba, however, clearly had different ideas. After opting not to sign a new contract with the English top-flight champions, he decided on a move to Serie A giants Juventus last year - a club he claims to have supported since childhood. 

He has begun to fulfil his seemingly limitless potential at the Juventus Stadium, wowing fans and pundits alike with a succession of impressive and skilful performances.

That aforementioned skill was certainly on full display in a league clash against Chievo at Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi in Verona. 

With 38 minutes gone during the Serie A encounter with his side 1-0 up, Pogba wowed onlookers with a breathtaking piece of skill. After showing commendable strength to shrug off the advances of one opponent, the youngster then utterly embarrassed two others with a sumptuous trick to set Juve off on an attack.

The visitors eventually won the game 2-1.

Watch footage of Pogba's outrageous skill above...

Thanks to 101 Great Goals for posting the video.

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