Artist designs touching graphic tribute to Paul Pogba’s late father after World Cup triumph

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.

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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.

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