French World Cup winner Paul Pogba has reacted to the recent racist abuse on him as a result of his penalty miss during a league game.
The Manchester United midfielder was racially abused online after he missed a penalty during a recent Premier League game.
The 26-year-old missed a second half penalty during that Premier League meeting between hosts Wolverhampton Wanderers and Manchester United.
With the scoreline at 1-1, Manchester United were handed a big opportunity to claim all three points after Pogba was brought down by Wolves skipper Conor Coady in the box.
Paul Pogba went on to miss that penalty thanks to it being saved by the Wolves goalkeeper, Rui Patricio.
The penalty miss proved to be costly for both Pogba and Manchester United as the Red Devils dropped Premier League points for the first time this season via the game played at the Molineux last week Monday.
Paul Pogba has now reacted to those racist comments against him online via his official Twitter account.
According to the former Juventus star, the situation will make him a better person and also give him the motivation needed to fight for the next generation.
His response is coming on the back of the racial abuse against another Manchester United player Marcus Rashford after the England international also missed a crucial second half penalty.