A first goal in Serie A since November for Paulo DYBALA for Juventus in their 3-0 win against Frosinone.
In a statistic which may be hard to believe, the Argentine scored for the first time in 2019 in the league. A thunderous shot from outside of the penalty area just six minutes into the match made it 1-0 for Juventus. The reigning Serie A champions would go on to add two more goals.
That goal was only his eighth in 29 matches in all competitions this season. Speaking with Sky Sport Italia, Juventus coach Massimiliano ALLEGRI had this to say about DYBALA:
“I’m happy for Paulo. He scored a good goal and forwards live for that. We need a player who works between the lines, even more so this year as we play with two strikers as well as him.
“This has maybe limited him a little in terms of finishing, but not in terms of the matches and his performances.”
Paulo Dybala just scored his first Serie A goal since November and WHAT. A. THUNDERBOLT. 😱🔥🇦🇷 pic.twitter.com/wWKY0vSZXc
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