Manchester United star Paul Pogba says the greatest moment of his career was his World Cup win.
The 28-year-old has won both the Europa League and League Cup while at Old Trafford but has stated that neither competition came close to lifting the World Cup with France in 2018.
Pogba started all but one match for Les Blues during the tournament as Didier Deschamps' side recorded their second Jules Rimet trophy.
Speaking to Amazon Prime, Pogba stated the World Cup crown is the glittering moment of his illustrious career.
"Confirm," said Pogba when posed the statement "winning the World Cup is the best moment of your career so far."
But after reminiscing about the glory days with France, the midfield maestro has now turned his attention towards club football and helping Man Utd out of the mire.
The Red Devils have lost four of their last five Premier League matches with Pogba himself sent off for a horror tackle on Naby Keita in United's 5-0 humbling defeat to Liverpool.
And despite being available for selection after serving a three-match suspension, the Frenchman faces another spell on the sidelines after sustaining a muscular injury whilst away on international duty.
The Manchester Evening News confirmed that Pogba is expected to miss at least six weeks of action.
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Though the report also states it might be even longer.
Ex-manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted six weeks is a best-case scenario and the Frenchman could be missing for double that amount of time.
He said: "Sometimes you hope, fingers crossed, for six or seven weeks and the worst-case scenario is 10, 11, 12 weeks with muscle injuries like this.
"I'm not a doctor, but he can't say how quickly it will heal. Hopefully, just after Christmas, we can see him."
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