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Man United's Paul Pogba marks France World Cup win with stars in his hair

Paul Pogba had two stars painted into his hair to mark France's second World Cup win
Paul Pogba marked France's World Cup victory in his own inimitable style.

Paul Pogba is set to kick off the new domestic season with a brand new haircut that reflects his truly momentous summer of international football.

After helping propel France to a second World Cup triumph out in Russia, Pogba has gone and had Les Bleus' two stars daubed onto the back of his head.

In somewhat unorthodox fashion, Pogba appears to have produced a movie-style trailer for his new haircut, which he duly shared on Instagram.

"Back home with the two stars," the 25-year-old wrote.

Back home with the 2 ⭐️⭐️ @astarbarbers @57.ash

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Of course, the Manchester United midfielder leaves himself open to yet more criticism of his flashy demeanour, but it you can't celebrate winning a World Cup then, honestly, when are you allowed to celebrate?

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