Paul Pogba dedicated his World Cup triumph with France to his late father, which inspired artist BossLogic to design a piece of work.
After winning the World Cup on Sunday, following a 4-2 win over Croatia, the Manchester United midfielder posed with the trophy on the pitch in Moscow, holding his pair of shinpads.
Pictured on the shinpads was a photo of Pogba’s father, Fassou Antoine, who passed away last May aged 79.
In French, it reads: “Oh Lord, do not chastise me for what they say.
“Forgive me for what they do not know and make me better than what they think of me.”
It’s obviously a very emotional time for Pogba – winning the World Cup and having the rest of his family surrounding him on the pitch. He danced, hugged and celebrated the triumph with his mother and brothers.
In a touching tribute, BossLogic has designed the following image dedicated to Pogba and his father.
Hopefully, it crosses Pogba’s path and the artist gets the credit he deserves.