Manchester United fan Tyson Fury rubs shoulders with Paul Pogba and Patrice Evra at Old Trafford after watching Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side fall to defeat rivals City
- British boxer Tyson Fury met Paul Pogba and Patrice Evra at Old Trafford
- The heavyweight rubbed shoulders with legendary former United defender Evra
- French midfielder Pogba, meanwhile, was suspended for Saturday’s game.
- Dire United collapsed in a 2-0 loss to rival City in the Manchester derby
Tyson Fury has been photographed rubbing shoulders with Paul Pogba, Patrice Evra and rapper Tion Wayne at Old Trafford for the Manchester derby on Saturday.
United fell in a 2-0 loss to rival City in a result that put pressure on manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
And the Gypsy King posted to his 5.2 million followers on Instagram after the match showing the reunion, with 56,790 likes at the time of writing.
Manchester United fan Tyson Fury posted a photo on social media rubbing shoulders with Red Devils star Paul Pogba (second left), United icon Patrice Evra (second right) at Old Trafford.
The post read: ‘Afternoon with the boys @paulpogba @ patrice.evra @manchesterunited #france’, followed by a French flag emoji.
French midfielder and current Red Devils star Pogba was suspended for the game after receiving a direct red card for a poor tackle in a 5-0 win by Liverpool on October 24.
His compatriot Evra, who spent nine years at the club in a highly decorated and successful spell, was radiant between Pogba and boxer Fury.
Pogba was suspended for the Manchester derby after being sent off against Liverpool (above)
Heavyweight boxer Fury’s last fight ended with him knocking out Deontay Wilder (center)
British heavyweight Fury, a well-known United fan, last fought on October 9, knocking out ‘Bronze Bomber’ Deontay Wilder to conclusively complete his trilogy fight with a decisive victory.
The 33-year-old was ordered to defend his WBC heavyweight title against Dillian Whyte, although the fight has yet to be confirmed.
Fury, Pogba and Evra will have been disappointed after an own goal by Eric Bailly and Bernardo Silva’s shot at halftime gave City a comfortable victory, putting them six points behind United after 11 games of the Premier League.