PAUL POGBA trolled England by singing “footballs coming home” as he celebrated with the World Cup trophy.
The iconic chant echoed around the country until Gareth Southgate’s side crashed out of the competition in the semi-finals.
And Pogba took the chance to mock the Three Lions after France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the competition for the second time in history.
While holding the World Cup trophy, Pogba said: “It’s coming home.”
But then the Manchester United star realised his mistake and he apologised as he looked at the camera awkwardly.
After being told to “do what he likes” by a team-mate, the France ace then belted out the chant again.
He then passed the trophy onto a team-mate and made a sincere apology to the viewers on his Instagram live.
Pogba said: “Just kidding, just kidding, sorry. Just kidding, sorry”
The 25-year-old led the charge as the France squad gatecrashed Didier Deschamps’ post-match press conference.
Les Bleus danced on the tables and poured champagne over their manager’s head.
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France players gatecrash Didier Deschamps’ press conference and soak him in champagne after World Cup win