We are all France - Tolisso slams Pogba whistles


We are all France - Tolisso slams Pogba whistles

Some supporters of Pogba's own national team took to heckling him in Nice last night during Les Bleus 3-1 win over Italy in an worldwide friendly.

France ran out 3-1 winners against Italy in Nice on Friday night, with goals coming from Samuel Umtiti, Antoine Griezmann and Ousmane Dembele.

The former Real Sociedad forward scored the second from the spot in the friendly victory at the Allianz Riviera and the likes of Paul Pogba joined him in busting out the L sign, while Adil Rami went for the "Jubilation" dance.

Dembele has come out in support of his worldwide team-mate and insisted that it doesn't matter what Pogba does on the pitch, he will never be able to satisfy some of his detractors. "It's not just for him, at one point we kept the ball and they whistled too", France manager Deschamps told TF1.

Pogba has come under fire for his performances in Manchester United colours in recent months and his indifferent form continued with the national team, as they prepare to start their World Cup campaign later this month.

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Diego Costa has been the latest of those to do so, while Diego Simeone rings the player practically daily while he's with France, to convince him to stay. Everyone represents the French team, ' Tolisso said. But Dembele is a very young player, a very talented player that we are, of course, expecting a lot from.

Manchester United and Barcelona target Atletico Madrid has dropped out a major hint on his future, by claiming that he will decide on his future before the start of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation.

It's hard to know exactly how to view the career of Paul Pogba so far.

"Fans need to realise this". "It had already happened". The players do the right thing.

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