On Saturday night Paul Pogba took an army of footballing Pogbas to play against a Juan Cuadrado XI in Medellin. Both Cuadrado and Pogba organised the game for charity with the latter launching 'The Pogba Foundation' along with his brothers Matias and Florentin.
Cuadrado took to the pitch along with fellow Colombians David Ospina and Carlos Bacca in a game that saw a whopping nine goals and even more synchronised dance routines.
One of most notable moments to take place in the game was Paul Pogba who just couldn't resist a dab before he'd even put the ball in the net.
Ross Barkley would have been proud, Roy Keane wouldn't have been.
The French man took the ball around the keeper performing the signature celebration whilst the ball trickled over the line and we can't say we're surprised by the audacity. The match went on to finish 6-3 to the Pogbas but don't even think about trying it yourself, we'd imagine doing this in a Sunday league game would result in a scrap and the possible abandoning of the game.
The dab has become a brand for Pogba and he seems determined to keep it going despite the move apparently dying after 36-year-old Dirt Kuyt joined in on the trend after scoring against Den Haag last Septemeber.