Patrice Evra posts another brilliant Instagram video

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Patrice Evra is still a much-loved figure at Manchester United.

The Juventus full-back left Old Trafford two years ago, but he's ensured no-one in the Premier League will have forgotten about him.

Things have been going pretty well for the France international in Serie A, winning two titles and two Coppa Italias.

It's fair to say he's also winning at social media, though, and the 35-year-old's hilarious posts show no signs of stopping.

Last week in the wacky world of the defender, it was dressing up as a panda to send an anti-racism message. A little bizarre, maybe, but you can see why he felt the need to address an important issue.

Continuing along that theme, and his latest post is a rare insight into an issue Evra is clearly passionate about - women taking awful selfies.

Check out his priceless video here:

He's even transcribed and captioned the whole thing, just to make sure nothing's lost in translation. A truly superb effort.

The eccentric former Red Devil seems to be spending as much time trying to go viral as he does on the pitch lately; he's only made two league appearances this season, but he's not exactly going unnoticed.

This is a guy who has 24 brothers and sisters in all, so we'd love to imagine they're all as crazy as this. Their house must be fun.

Evra's always provided his fair share of entertainment, so no wonder the fans still love him so much even if his best days are behind him.

It's definitely worth giving his page a follow if there are going to be any more posts like this one.

Do any of United's current defenders compare to Evra? Let us know in the comments. 

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