Paul Pogba scores brilliant free-kick for Juventus

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Paul Pogba scored yet another remarkable goal on Wednesday night as Juventus secured a 4-0 Coppa Italia win over Torino.

The France international produced the moment of the game as he struck the fourth and final goal at the Juventus Stadium. 

From the dead ball situation, the former Manchester United midfielder hit a thunderous effort into the top right-hand corner of the goal. 


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In fact, the Frenchman has since admitted that he has been working on his free-kicks and has paid tribute to former teammate Andrea Pirlo for the influence he has had on the specific area of his game. 

"I have been training on free-kicks. I thank Andrea, as I learned so much from him," he told Rai Sport, as per

"It was a great game, we kept concentrating to the end and got the result we wanted.

"Now we are focused on the next match so we can end the year on a high."

Pirlo the great 

Let's be honest, though, Pogba still has some way to go in his pursuit of emulating the great Pirlo. Still playing the game at New York City, the 36-year-old has scored many, many great free-kicks over a lengthy period of time.

Approaching the final stages of his career, it will certainly be a shame when the great man retires from the game. But fear not, here's a video of the veteran doing what he does best...

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