Pogba's Juventus have won 14 league games in a row.

Paul Pogba shows off his new 'Poke Ball' haircut on Instagram

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Paul Pogba has become just as renowned for his crazy haircuts than his crazy football skills and his latest hairstyle is just ridiculous.

Those of you born in the 90s will absolutely love it, because the Frenchman has incorporated the ‘Poke Ball’ in this latest design.

The former Manchester United took to Instagram to show his 1.3 million followers his new cut in a short video, spinning the camera around before saying “Poke Ball.”


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Don’t expect the ‘Poke Ball’ design to stay for long with Pogba seemingly incapable of keeping the same hairstyle for more than a couple of weeks.

His barber must be raking in the money because It was only a couple of weeks ago, the midfielder showed off his impressive leopard print hairstyle.

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Before the leopard print he paid tribute to the ‘dab’ - which has become a very popular goal celebration - by getting the move shaved onto his head.

You can’t blame the 22-year-old for wanting to spend time on his hair off the pitch because everything is a bit easy for him at Juventus at the moment.

The Old Lady have won 14 league matches in a row - with Pogba being influential in that run - and have closed the gap to table toppers Napoli to just two points.

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