Pogba says he decided to focus on his game at the World Cup

Pogba says he decided to focus on his game at the World Cup

- Paul Pogba reveals the reason he did not change his hairstyle

- The Manchester United star won the the World Cup with France

- The Frenchman is currently on holiday in the United States

France midfielder Paul Pogba has revealed the true reason behind his decision not to change his hairstyle at the World Cup this summer.

The Manchester United star took to Instagram for a tell-all Q and A session that also included the current location of his World Cup winner's medal and what advice he would give to young players.

Pogba revealed he did not change his hairstyle was because he wanted to focus on his performances and give pundits no angle for unnecessary criticism.

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He also replied a fan who wondered why he did not 'paint' his hair a new colour,

Pogba said: "Because I wanted peace to be only focused on my performance and not my look, so there is no excuse they could only criticise the football part."

Also another Q and A, the Frenchman revealed the best advice for those looking to achieve their dreams.

He wrote: "Work very hard, ignore the haters and surround yourself with the people who love you."

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Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had earlier reported that Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho pleaded with his players to cut short their holidays.

The likes of Paul Pogba, Marouane Fellaini, Jesse Lingard, Romelu Lukaku, Marcus Rahsford, Phil Jones and Ashley Young are still observing their holiday after their World Cup campaign.

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Source: Naija.ng

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