- Frenchman Paul Pogba is currently in Guinea and the midfielder was involved in a charity football game
- During the charity match, Paul Pogba had the chance to score after being given a penalty, but the superstar missed it
- The World Cup winner with France has departed Premier League side Manchester United and could return to Juventus
Video has emerged on social media where France international Paul Pogba was spotted missing a penalty in bizarre fashion while featuring in a charity game in Guinea.
Despite running 12 seconds, the thoughts of all fans was that Paul Pogba would tear the net, but the former Manchester United star was unable to score.
For the past few days, Paul Pogba has been in Guinea for his holidays and has also met the President of his parents' country.
Paul Pogba's parents are biologically from Guinea before they migrated to France where they had their footballing sons.
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There are reports that Paul Pogba has would be making a return to Italian side Juventus even though the player is yet to make an official statement on his future.
See the video of Paul Pogba missing penalty below
This is the second time the French midfielder has hosted a charity game in Guinea.
In 2019, Pogba and his two brothers, Florentin and Mathias who play for the Guinea national team, hosted one to raise money for clean drinking water in the country.
In the charity match, famous singer Akon also featured and made some good runs.
2018 World Cup Winner Paul Pogba Meets Guinea President Mamadi Doumbouya
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported Paul Pogba met Guinea's current leader Mamadi Doumbouya following his arrival to the West African country.
The France midfielder has strong roots to the country, with both his parents from Guinea but he was born in the European country.
The former Juventus star and his entourage which included American-Senegalese singer Akon paid a courtesy call on the President.
Pogba and interim President Mamadi Doumbouya's meeting is believed to have been centered around the France international's plans to help develop football in the West African nation.