Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba scored two goals for his team against West Ham United to return to form for the Red Devils at a crucial time in the season.
His goals secured a 2-1 win over the Hammers in their Premier League duel at the Theatre of Dreams on Saturday evening.
With his goals, he has set a new personal record for the number of goals scored in a single season.
The French World Cup winner has now scored 13 goals for Manchester United in the Premier League this season.
He has also provided nine assists this term in the top flight of English football to take his goal contributions to 22 (13 goals and nine assists)
In total, he has scored 15 goals in all competitions this season and he’s Manchester United’s second topscorer behind Romelu Lukaku who has 16 goals in all competitions for the Red Devils this term.
Paul Pogba scored his 12th Premier League goal of the season when he successfully dispatched the spot-kick awarded after Robert Snodgrass brought down Juan Manuel Mata in the box though replayed showed the foul was outside the box.
Brazilian international Felipe Anderson equalised for the Hammers early in the second half before Pogba completed his brace with an 80th-minute penalty to win the game for his team after West Ham substitute Ryan Fredericks brought down Anthony Martial.