Manchester United star Paul Pogba shows support for Black Lives Matter with the movement logo shaved in his hair ahead of Bournemouth’s win
- Paul Pogba has shown his support for Black Lives Matter with his new haircut
- The midfielder’s haircut includes a clenched fist shaved in the head
- Pogba raised his fist when players from Manchester United and Bournemouth took the knee
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has shown his support for the Black Lives Matter movement with his new haircut.
Pogba’s new haircut, which he showed for Saturday’s game against Bournemouth, features a clenched fist – the symbol of the Black Lives Matter – shaved in the head.
The Premier League has shown support for the movement since the action’s return.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba showed his support for Black Lives Matter
Pogba was one of those who raised his fist when he took a knee before the game against Bournemouth
Before the game started at Old Trafford, players from both sides mastered, while also wearing Black Lives Matter badges on their shirts.
While the players got the hang of it, French World Cup winner Pogba was a fist.
For the first 12 games after the restart, players also saw their name on the back of their shirt replaced with the words Black Lives Matter.
The movement returned to national headlines after George Floyd’s death in the United States.
Pogba played the full 90 minutes while United won 5-2 against Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon, thanks to support from Mason Greenwood and goals from Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Bruno Fernandes.
The United star had a clenched fist – the symbol of Black Lives Matter – shaved in his head