Paul Pogba Scores an Unbelievable Half-Volley From Outside the Box to Put Man. United in Front.
Pogba who has been severely criticized by critics for his poor performance since taking up the role at United has finally scored a super strike.
In the 14th minute, a well-positioned Pogba took a superb strike from mid-air to put United in front.
Teammate, Zlatan Ibrahimovic later scored a second giving Manchester United a 3-1 win over Swansea.
The Swede’s strike put the Red Devils at Swansea was the Premier League’s number 25,000th goal since its inception in 1992.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored the 25,000th goal in Premier League history to fire Manchester United 2-0 up in their clash at Swansea.
The Swede rifled home from the edge of the 18-yard box to put the Red Devils firmly in charge in the first half of the match in South Wales.
Pogba Scores Classic Goal Putting United Ahead
Paul Pogba had earlier spectacularly put Jose Mourinho’s side ahead with a 25-yard volleyed effort into the top corner.
Ibrahimovic’s goal came in just before the half-time break.
He joins the likes of Les Ferdinand and Marc Albrighton in scoring landmark goals in the Premier League.
Ferdinand scored the 10,000th goal for Tottenham against Fulham in a 4-0 win on December 15, 2001.
He was awarded a cool £10,000 prize money to donate to the charity of his choice.
Albrighton’s goal came a decade later in Villa’s defeat over Arsenal.
After the game, Aston Villa donated £20,000 from Barclays to the Acorns Children’s Hospital.
The Premier League was founded in 1992 and is in its 25th season.
Zlatan ended his goal drought in South Wales after scoring the landmark goal against Swansea.
The Swede scored a second goal just break to securely place United ahead of Swansez earning them 6th place on the Premier League table with 18 points.