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Paul Pogba nutmeg teammate Eric Bailly in the dressing room after Man United FA Cup win

- Paul Pogba nutmegs teammate in the dressing room after Chelsea FA Cup win at Stamford Bridge
- The Frenchman scored one of the two goals that powered the Red Devils to victory over the defending champions
- They will now face Wolves in the quarterfinal of the championship next month
Frenchman Paul Pogba inspired Manchester United to 2-0 win over Chelsea in Monday's FA Cup fifth round tie at Stamford Bridge.
A goal each from Ander Herrera and the 25-year-old ensured the Red Devils cruise to convincing victory away from home.
After the match, excited Pogba nutmeg his teammate Eric Bailly while in the dressing room as they celebrate their victory over the defending champions.
The former Juventus attacker posted a video on his official Instagram handle with the caption 'You vs who? @ericbailly24 :rolling_on_the_floor_laughing:sorry bro #mufc#daretocreate#pogba."
Pogba produced some leg works before finally putting the ball into his teammate's legs with his left foot in the dressing room.
The 24-year-old seem to have regained his position in the team's starting XI under the Norwegian but was an unused substitute in the 2-0 win.
Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku walked into the shot laughing while watching Bailly's misfortune and the Ivorian throws off his training top in disgust.
Manchester United have however been drawn to face fellow Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers in the quarterfinals of the championship.
Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba scored the two goals that helped the visitors progress through to the next stage of the tourney.
Meanwhile, Pogba continues his impressive run under interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with 12 goals in the last two months.


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