Paul Pogba’s 20-minute cameo against Sevilla shows he’s still one of the best midfielders in the world

Paul Pogba delivered a sensational cameo as he helped Juventus rescue a draw against Sevilla in the Europa League.

Pogba, who has been plagued with injuries this season, made a 20-minute cameo versus Sevilla in their semi-final first leg tie on Thursday.

His side were trailing at the time of his substitution in the 70th minute, but he turned the game on its head after he entered the fray.

The 30-year-old showed off his vision as he sprayed passes from the middle of the park with both feet.

He also produced TWO incredible pieces of skill after coming on. He dribbled the ball on his head and stunned fans with an outrageous flick-pass.

Pogba capped off his outing with a crucial assist deep into stoppage time as he superbly kept the ball in as he headed it back towards goal, with Federico Gatti heading home to make it 1-1.

Needless to say, his outing for Juve sent social media wild as fans want him in the starting XI.

One Twitter user wrote: “Has to start from 1st minute for remainder of season.”

A second tweeted: “Pogba is still good at football, and man united sold him.”

A third added: “Pogba the game changer. Y’all really doubted his quality.”

A fourth said: “Pogba brings me a happiness I’ll never understand, we will never see a football player like him again.”

A Manchester United fan commented: “Half fit Pogba can still do stuff nobody in our midfield can.”

The Frenchman has played just nine games in all competitions since his free transfer from Man United last summer.

A series of injuries has prevented minutes on the pitch, but his cameo against Sevilla shows he hasn’t lost a step.

Pogba could still be an important player for Juve this campaign as they look to win the Europa League.

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