Manchester United's Paul Pogba becomes first Premier League player to have his own Twitter emoji
Friday, 13 January 2017 Manchester United star Paul Pogba made further footballing history on Friday afternoon after becoming the first player in Premier League history to get his very own emoji on social media platform Twitter.
Manchester United vs. Liverpool This will be the 50th Premier League meeting between the teams with United having won 27 of the previous 49. Only Steven Gerrard (8) has scored more goals in this league fixture than Wayne Rooney. Rooney could become the 21st player to reach 450 career Premier League...
JOE BERNSTEIN AT OLD TRAFFORD: Marcus Rashford hit a first-half brace as Manchester United beat Liverpool 2-1 at Old Trafford today to open up a five point lead... MailOnline - SportsAlso reported by •Tamworth Herald •Shoot •The Sport Review
Roy Keane has claimed Paul Pogba is ‘like a schoolboy’ and slammed the French midfielder after he failed to make any impact in Manchester United’s... MailOnline - SportsAlso reported by •The Sport Review
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