Tottenham Hotspur’s Paul Pogban has said that it was hard to get used to the change in style of play in the World Cup, with the new style of playing “having a lot of influence”.

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When I first came here, it was a team of superstars and I felt I could do nothing to stop them, and it’s not the case anymore.”

Pogban, who will miss the start of the season with a groin injury, has had a season that has included some of the biggest headlines of the tournament, including his double against France in the quarter-finals and his goal in the final against the Netherlands.

Pogba’s impact on the tournament has been enormous, with his ability to pick out a pass and get the ball to the right player has helped the England international to lead the line, and he has also helped the squad to score plenty of goals.

But what has changed for Pogba in the last six months is that the style he plays now has been adapted to the style in which he plays, with some of his more direct, technical passing becoming less effective.

The most obvious change in Pogba’s style has been the substitution of a more direct style of football in place of the more technical style he played with Real Madrid.

However, Pogba also admitted that he felt “more confident” after missing out on the last two World Cup finals.

It’s not about how many games we have had, because it’s all about how well you play and if you can perform. “

I felt like we had a bit of luck, because we got to play against France, so we had some chances to get a result.”

It’s not about how many games we have had, because it’s all about how well you play and if you can perform.

“So I think the best thing is when you play your best, you perform well.”

Pompero has not been able to replicate his form of the past two World Cups, but it is not out of the question that the 22-year-old could once again be a big factor in England’s World Cup hopes.