Paul Pogba has mocked himself by mimicking his bizarre penalty run up following his miss against Everton on Saturday.

The Manchester United star has been the subject of jokes made by fans and even his own team-mates after he took 26 steps in the build up to his latest penalty miss.

Luckily for him, Pogba managed to score on the rebound after Jordan Pickford saved his effort from 12 yards.

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has mocked himself in his latest social media post

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Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has mocked himself in his latest social media post

Pogba jokingly makes his way to his car by taking small steps to mock his penalty run up

Pogba jokingly makes his way to his car by taking small steps to mock his penalty run up

POGBA’S PENALTY RECORD THIS SEASON

vs Leicester – SCORED

vs Brighton – SCORED

vs Burnley – MISSED

vs Young Boys – SCORED

vs Everton – MISSED 

And now Pogba has taken to social media to show his followers how he made his way to his luxury Rolls-Royce on Monday.

Dressed in a grey hoodie, red shorts and his red personalised ‘PP’ trainers, Pogba can be seen taking several small steps as he runs to his car.

He accompanied the video with the caption ‘How do I get to my car’.

Pogba has had mixed fortunes from the penalty spot this season after first adopting the bizarre technique during United’s opening game against Leicester.

The France international slotted home his penalties against Leicester, Brighton and Young Boys but missed when facing Burnley and now Everton.

Pogba insists his unique technique works despite hinting he may look to change his style when he is next put in that situation.

Manager Jose Mourinho was also full of praise for Pogba and revealed he will remain United’s No 1 penalty taker despite his latest miss.

‘I was lucky,’ Pogba said after United’s 2-1 win. ‘The important thing is it went in and I scored the goal – good for us and me. After we carried on and had other chances, the most important thing was the win.

‘I always try to destabilise the goalkeeper. Maybe they know how I take penalties. Maybe I should practise to change it, if the keepers know my step.’

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