Manchester United fans seemed to be dealt something of a blow during the side's recent encounter with FC Rostov when midfield ace Paul Pogba was forced off with an apparent injury.
The 24-year-old had to limp out of the game with a hamstring strain during the second half, and had been tipped to miss the next few weeks while he recovered.
He missed the weekend's victory over Middlesbrough, and has been left out of this week's internationals by the French national side, though something isn't quite sitting right with the Red Devils faithful.
Known as an avid user on Instagram, the world's most expensive player couldn't resist posting a video upon seeing his two brothers, Florentin and Mathias – the former he recently came up against in the Europa League – on a French TV show.
The other Pogba brothers began to dance and the man himself joined in from his living room, which is what has earned the criticism from those who watch him from the stands.
It certainly was a funny sight to see him dancing in his pants around the living room, but fans felt that with his injury concerns the last thing he should be doing is moving around on it in such a way.
Check the video below and see for yourself...
A lot of fans (mostly those who don't support United) did see the funny side, but after even a quick scan of the comments you can see how many Red Devils supporters are concerned about his actions.
Here are a few comments we found:
gallag18 - look injured there.
preeinpeace - Man "pulled a hammy" just to rest for 2 weeks!
zoltanveres111 - No more injury?
ben71983 - Thought you were injured???
aviner99 - Thought you had a bad hammy bro?
While it's understandable that they would be worried about their most valuable asset doing himself any longer term damage with his dancing, it is a little sad that some fans still don't like to see players having a good time.
We're sure a little jig around the living room won't do him any harm.
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