Didier Drogba, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Gary Lineker and Florent Malouda. Not a bad front four at all.
Drogba seems to think so. The former Chelsea striker met up with the three on Saturday in Russia.
He is working for the BBC as part of their coverage of the World Cup but couldn’t resist getting a group photo.
Drogba posted the picture on Instagram with the caption: ‘Imagine a front four with @iamzlatanibrahimovic @fmalouda @garylineker.’
He made his World Cup debut on the BBC as a pundit on Saturday morning for the Group C opener between France and Australia in Kazan.
France beat Australia 2-1, with Manchester United’s Paul Pogba scoring the winning goal.
Pogba has received criticism for his form for United and France, but Drogba believes he is good enough to respond on the world’s biggest stage.
‘I think he does deliver,’ Drogba told the BBC. ‘The fact that he’s had difficult moments in the last few months at United [has meant] he’s been quiet on social media.
‘He’s been focusing on getting in the starting line-up. ‘I think this will help him. He wants to prove to people that he can be the man.’