|Paul Pogba was the first player to address Manchester United fans at The Hawthorns away end|
A bare-chested Paul Pogba led a contingent of Manchester United players who threw their shirts into the away end following their 2-0 win at West Brom on Saturday.
Delighted United fans received early and unexpected presents as Pogba was joined by Wayne Rooney, Matteo Darmian, Ander Herrera and Marcus Rashford into the great Christmas shirt giveaway following Zlatan Ibrahimovic's double at The Hawthorns.
|The Frenchman displayed a figure befitting of a modern professional footballer worth £89m|
Manager Jose Mourinho said afterwards it had been his idea to spread a little festive cheer in the final fixture before December 25.
'I told them to do that. Christmas time,' he said.
'For the fans, getting a shirt direct from the game, with the sweat, means a lot.
'Otherwise the players would just go back to the dressing room and give them to the kit man or a friend, or swap with a West Brom player.
'For the fans it means a lot. If is a pity not everyone could get one.'
Manchester United fans Wendy and Julie pose with Pogba's shirt
CREDIT: Daily Mail