‘You better watch out what you’re gonna say now’: Paul Pogba surprises fans by gatecrashing Champions League quiz on Houseparty… but how does the Man United midfielder fare?
- Manchester United star Paul Pogba gatecrashed a Champions League quiz
- Pogba took part in the quiz on Houseparty but didn’t get all the questions right
- Questions asked included ‘Who were the first winners of the Champions League’
Paul Pogba surprised fans by gatecrashing a Pepsi MAX Champions League quiz on Houseparty.
The participants – music star Bailey May, sports presenter Layla Anna-Lee, and panna champion Jack Downer – were asked who Pogba scored his first Champions League goal against and were shocked to see the Manchester United midfielder join in with the quiz.
Upon joining the quiz, Pogba joked: ‘You better watch out what you’re gonna say now.’
Participants were shocked when midfielder Paul Pogba gatecrashed their quiz on Houseparty
Pogba got some of the questions correct but he struggled with some of the others in the quiz
Pogba, unsurprisingly, got the question right, with the answer being Olympiacos, who he scored against for Juventus in 2014.
The next question was ‘Which player did Paul assist against Real Madrid to put Juventus through to the 2015 Champions League final?’. Pogba correctly answered with Alvaro Morata.
Following that, the next question was ‘Which artist performed at the 2017 UCL Final Opening Ceremony presented by Pepsi?’.
Pogba correctly answered this question about who he assisted in the semi-final in 2015
Pogba thought that the question was an easy one and answered with Dua Lipa, but it was in fact The Black Eyed Peas.
The next question saw the participants quizzed on which team has kept the most successive Champions League clean sheets? Pogba also got this question wrong as he said Chelsea but the answer was Arsenal.
Despite supporting Marseille as a youngster, Pogba got this question wrong, answering ‘Milan’
The final question was, ‘Who were the first winners of the Champions League?’.
Pogba went with AC Milan, but it was actually Marseille, who he supported when he was younger.
The midfielder is set to be in action on Sunday when United conclude their Premier League campaign with an away game against Leicester. A draw would be enough for United to secure a place in next season’s Champions League.