Paul Pogba Trolls Teammate for Distasteful Fashion Sense in Hilarious Video

Paul Pogba Trolls Teammate for Distasteful Fashion Sense in Hilarious Video

  • Pogba could not help himself as he savaged his teammate Juan Cuadrado over his fashion sense
  • The video of the Frenchman trolling his teammate was shared on social media with hilarious reactions
  • Pogba is on his way to full recovery and is yet to feature for Juventus since moving back to Turin

Juventus star, Paul Pogba exhibited his savage side as he took to social media to publicly troll his teammate, Juan Cuadrado for apparently having a poor sense of fashion.

The Frenchman is always big on style and the latest trends, and he has always shown this from the way he dresses and carries himself on social media.

In a video shared online, Pogba is seen filming his teammate as he makes his way to the dressing room.

Pogba, Cuadrado
Paul Pogba did not appreciate Juan Cuadrado's choice of shoes in a hilarious video. Photo: Screengrab.
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He then walks towards Cuadrado, who looks a bit shy and possibly knows what is coming from a man who is in love with fashion and style.

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Pogba carefully inspects his teammate's, which comprises an uncontroversial hoodie/gilet combination and sweatpants.

The Frenchman does not seem to mind the overall look, but once he gets to Cuadrado’s bottoms, his savagery was instantly unleashed.

While Cuadrado defended his outfit by claiming it was 'Colombian style', Pogba zoomed in to the zip-up white trainers before shouting the meme phrase: “What are those?”.

The whole video was simply hilarious to watch. Cuadrado understandably took the banter well and laughed, to the delight of online users.

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