Swedish legend Zlatan Ibrahimovic has praised his former Manchester United teammate Paul Pogba, who played a vital role in France's 2018 FIFA World Cup triumph.
Many have criticised the Frenchman since his return to the Red Devils in 2016, while the midfielder has also had a tough time under manager Jose Mourinho.
His hairstyles and his off-field actions have often made his doubters question whether or not he is serious about football, but Ibrahimovic, who spent a season and a half with Pogba in England, believes the former Juventus man is far more successful than his critics make him out to be.
"He won probably more on the big stage than the people who are judging him," he said, according to the BBC.
"We should not forget Paul has played in a Champions League final. A European final with the national team. He just won the World Cup. Europa League final.
"He won many titles in Italy. He won a couple with United. He won many trophies as a youth also. What more do you want?"
Pogba has already won 10 club trophies in his senior career, and has now lifted the World Cup with his country.
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