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Thursday's sporting social: Evra mocks Pogba and Ronaldo while Superman returns

The best of the day's social media posts from the sporting world.

Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to provide an insight into their lives on social media.

Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from June 17.


Patrice Evra mocked Paul Pogba and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Gianluigi Buffon returned to Parma.

Marcus Rashford and Raheem Sterling got competitive.

Harry Maguire was ready for Scotland.

Happy 31st birthday Jordan Henderson.

Mohamed Salah hit the beach.

North Macedonia did things differently.

Wayne Rooney and Sven will be reunited this summer.

Lionel Messi was all smiles in Argentina training.

Paul Pogba showed some love.

Michael Owen praised Wales.

Rio Ferdinand met a couple of Scots.

Real Madrid bid farewell to Sergio Ramos.

F1 driver Carlos Sainz also sent his best wishes.

Fikayo Tomori signed a permanent deal at AC Milan.

Tim Cahill was focused.

Swansea gave Connor Roberts a new nickname.


Joe Root loved England's new kits.

Jonny Bairstow loved turning out for Yorkshire.

KP got what he wanted.


Wimbledon wished Rafael Nadal well.

Serena put her daughter through her paces.

Jodie Burrage is heading to SW19.

Formula One

Ferrari turned the clock back.

A smooth ride to the track for Red Bull's Max Verstappen.

Lando Norris, George Russell and Sebastian Vettel were ready for this weekend's French Grand Prix.

Look at that face!


Dina Asher-Smith had hayfever issues.

Jazmin Sawyers had a dig at footballers.


Conor McGregor made a promise as he continued training.

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