Paul Pogba is a man that divides opinion.
The Frenchman is perhaps one of the most frustrating players in the world.
One week Pogba is incredible; dominating the midfield and spraying long-balls for fun.
And then he can look completely uninterested the next.
Fortunately for France, he was on form in their Nations League clash against Croatia on Wednesday evening.
Les Bleus took the lead in the 8th minute through Antoine Griezmann, only for Croatia to restore parity with jut under half-an-hour to go.
With the game entering the final 15 minutes, France needed a spark if they were going to win the game.
They decided to bring on Pogba to try and break Croatia down. And, within five minutes of being on the pitch, the United midfielder produced a moment of magic.
The Frenchman picked up the ball in his own half with 11 Croatia players in front of him.
He then looked up and fired a brilliant cross-field pass to Lucas Digne, taking out every Croatia player in the process.
The Everton left-back then got his cross spot on and Kylian Mbappe netted to give France the lead.
Watch the goal below:
What a pass that is from Pogba. When he's on form, he really is a delight to watch.
And Man United fans were quick to praise him on social media.
Pogba really does have the potential to be among the very best midfielders in the world.
The challenge for him now is to produce moments like this on a regular basis.
His form will no doubt be key for United as they look to re-establish themselves as one of the world's best teams once again.
Pogba's moment of magic means France are still alongside Portugal at the top of Group 3, with both teams having picked up 10 points from their opening four matches.
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