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Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh trolls Manchester United star Paul Pogba brilliantly on Twitter

Ashok Kesari
35.59K   //    19 Oct 2016, 12:11 IST
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 24:  Paul Pogba of Manchester United shows his appreciation for the fans after the final whistleduring the Premier League match between Manchester United and Leicester City at Old Trafford on September 24, 2016 in Manchester, England.  (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)
Paul Pogba has not had the best of times since joining Manchester United

Cricket and Bollywood are the biggest entertainment industries in India, but it looks like the stars of those fields are keeping up with football trends as well. A series of tweets exchanged between former Indian off spinner Harbhajan Singh and Bollywood actor Abhishek Bachchan showed us this. 

It all started when Harbhajan Singh came across an internet troll of a person sporting a bizarre pineapple shaped hair cut, and tweeted the same to his followers.

Abhishek Bachchan, who is an ardent football fan and follows the Turbanator on the popular social network, was quick to spot this and came up with a quirky reply of his own.

The former Indian cricketer, who played over 100 Test matches between 1998 and 2015, then came up with this extremely humorous response. 

As funny as those tweets were, Harbhajan did have a point. After Paul Pogba signed for Manchester United for a world record fee, the midfielder has not been at his best. Pogba has come in for some immense criticism from fans, opposition players, and pundits alike for not putting in the performances which would justify the cost of signing him for such a huge transfer fee. 

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The French midfielder is also famous for changing his hairstyle often, sometimes coming up with strange ones. His affinity for elaborate styles has also been criticised by the press. Pogba has scored only one goal (against Leicester City in the Premier League) and has recorded no assists so far this season.

His recent display against Liverpool, where he was deployed further up the pitch in order to have more of an attacking influence on the game by coach Jose Mourinho, was also criticised and he was accused of not having an effect on the game. 

It is not certain that Pogba will see this tweet, but one thing is for sure. He has to start performing better in games for Manchester United in order for the trolls to stop.

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