Midfielder’s dab celebration turned to a maths question in France

A teacher in France used a photo of the Manchester United star dabbing as a maths question in Pythagoras’ theorem.

 

A maths teacher has found a way to connect with her students using Paul Pogba’s dab celebration as a maths question.

Since the dance step became popular, it has become Pogba’s trademark celebration anytime he scores.

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Paul Pogba dabs anytime he is celebrating a goal (Daily Star)

A teacher in France used a photo of the Manchester United star dabbing as a maths question in Pythagoras’ theorem.

“ is jealous of Paul Pogba's dab, then tries to demonstrate that it is not perfect. According to the book - The Universal Declaration of the Rights of the Dab - a perfect dab is only if the triangles represented in the figure below are rectangles. Is Paul Pogba's dab perfect?” the question reads.

Accompanying the question is a graphic showing Pogba in his dab pose with two triangles marked out over the top.

Paul Pogba (Getty Images)

The first triangle is from his hip to his shoulder, to his outstretched arm. The second runs from his ear to his shoulder to his elbow.

The France international took to Twitter to react to the development.

“The dab is useful, am I approved? #maths,” he wrote.

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