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Paul Pogba Singles Out Man Utd Teammate Phil Jones As Most Likely Own Goal Scorer

In a recent Q&A session, Manchester United star Paul Pogba selected teammate Phil Jones as the player who is most likely to score an own goal in a match.

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Paul Pogba has endured a tough outing with Manchester United this season having suffered from niggling injuries throughout the 2019-20 season. The French World Cup winner had reportedly returned to first-team training last month before the Premier League was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic that has hit Europe. Paul Pogba has been keeping himself busy during the current coronavirus lockdown by training indoors. The Man Utd midfielder also held a Q&A session with his fans on social media recently.

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Paul Pogba says if there's any player at Man Utd who would score a bizarre own goal, it would be Phil Jones

In the recent Q&A, Paul Pogba was questioned that from his current set of Man Utd teammates, who was most likely to score an own goal. The former Juventus midfielder was quick to respond with England international Phil Jones' name. "Who's most likely to score a bizarre own goal? It's not nice to say but, Phil Jones. Phil Jones, sorry." Phil Jones has been one of the longest-serving players at Man Utd having signed for the club in 2011 from Blackburn Rovers. 

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