Paul Pogba plays his first game since Manchester United confirmed he will leave the club this summer as he takes part in a star-studded exhibition alongside Brazil legends Roberto Carlos and Ronaldinho in Miami
- Paul Pogba joined former Juventus teammate Paulo Dybala on team Ronaldinho
- The game ended 12-10 and was filled with Brazil stars including Cafu and Rivaldo
- Pogba was in Miami for the premier of his new Amazon Prime documentary
- It carries the caption: ‘You know the footballer. Discover the man’ and is out now
Paul Pogba has made his first post-Manchester United appearance in a Miami exhibition match featuring an impressive list of names.
The fixture, labelled ‘the beautiful game’, boasted teams of current and retired stars led by Brazil legends Ronaldinho and Roberto Carlos respectively.
Pogba will be leaving United upon the expiry of his contract this month and is expected to rejoin Juventus ahead of next season.
Ronaldinho and Roberto Carlos led teams of past and present stars in a Miami exhibition
Paul Pogba played for Ronaldinho’s side alongside his former Juventus teammate Paulo Dybala
The 29-year-old midfielder played on Ronaldinho’s side alongside his former Juventus teammate Paulo Dybala as well as Blaise Matuidi, who plays his domestic football locally for David Beckham’s Inter Miami, and Real Madrid star Vinicius Junior.
Roberto Carlos’ team featured ex-United stars Radamel Falcao and Nani plus World Cup winners Rivaldo and Cafu.
The game finished 12-10 to Team Roberto Carlos in a game that put little value on defending.
Pogba was in Miami to advertise his new documentary ‘Paul Pogba: The Pogmentary’.
The documentary explores Pogba’s reasoning in leaving Manchester United, and is available to watch on Amazon Prime now.
The game finished 12-10 and was filled with Brazil legends including Ronaldinho and Cafu
Pogba was in Miami for the premiere of his new documentary ‘Paul Pogba: The Pogmentary’
It carries the strapline: ‘You know the footballer. Discover the man.’
Pogba has come in for plenty of criticism from fans since clips from the documentary were released, with some labelling him as ‘removed from reality’ and a ‘greedy overrated egomaniac’ after he disclosed information about his contract talks with United.
One section of the documentary shows the Frenchman and his late agent Mino Raiola discussing a contract offer of £300,000-a-week from United last summer.
‘How can you tell a player you absolutely want him and offer him nothing?’ Pogba says. ‘Never seen that.’
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