A Paulo DYBALA late winner for Juventus, an Angel DI MARIA chip goal while Diego PEROTTI and Lucas ALARIO also score for their clubs.
It’s been a rollercoaster of a season for the jewel in Turin. In and out of the team while also getting injured has meant that DYBALA has been left out of Jorge SAMPAOLI’s latest Argentina squad. Just days after being left out of said list, DYBALA gave SAMPAOLI something to think about with an incredible winner.
With the Serie A title race being as tight as it can be, DYBALA scored in the 93rd minute to give Juventus a 1-0 victory away against Lazio. DYBALA started the play running in midfield before receiving the ball once more at the edge of the area, playing the ball through the legs of a Lazio player and scoring while being on the ground. An incredible piece of genius from a player who maybe feels like he has something to prove.
Still in Italy, a goal from a player who did make the latest Argentina squad as Diego PEROTTI scored for AS Roma in their 4-2 win against Napoli. PEROTTI took advantage of a free ball in the area to fire it into the back of the net.
From Italy to France, Angel DI MARIA continues his excellent form adding goal number 17 of the season for him in PSG’s 2-0 win against Troyes. DI MARIA scored a lovely little chip goal as he dinked the ball over the goalkeeper to open the scoring for PSG. DI MARIA, who is regularly getting rotated in the team, with this great form, could be going not only into the international break but into the World Cup fully rested.
In 2018, Angel DI MARIA has now scored 13 goals and has 9 assists in 15 matches.
While not in the Argentina squad anymore, Lucas ALARIO is slowly making a name for himself at Bayer Leverkusen as he scored in their 2-1 win against Wolfsburg. ALARIO’s goal came off a penalty kick.
Paulo Dybala is fucking incredible at football pic.twitter.com/HacGsqO8gM
— Zach (@ZCalcio) March 3, 2018
No Neymar, no problem 😎
Di Maria scores a cheeky chip for PSG vs Troyes pic.twitter.com/goWbtYfe81
— Goal (@goal) March 3, 2018
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