The Juventus forward ended his long-standing goal drought in Serie A with a brilliant strike against Frosinone last night. And, the Bianconeri manager Massimiliano Allegri praises Paulo Dybala for his spectacular performance. Just six minutes after the starting whistle, Dybala put Juventus on lead with his 25-yard striking score.
Besides Dybala, Cristiano Ronaldo and Leonardo Bonucci also scored for Juventus that finally sealed the match with a 3-0 score at the Allianz Stadium. The previous score of Paulo Dybala came in a 3-1 win against Cagliari on 3rd November last year. Even with a strong start this season, Dybala bagged just eight goals till now in his 29 appearances for the Old Lady club.
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Even without scoring many goals, Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri believes that the all-around performance of Paulo Dybala remains quite instrumental for the winning run of Juventus this season. The manager then further explained that the scoring ration dropped as he now plays mostly behind Cristiano Ronaldo and Mario Mandzukic.
While talking about the performance of Paulo Dybala, Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri told Sky Sport Italia, “I’m happy for Paulo. He scored a good goal and forwards live for that.” The manager then added, “We need a player who works between the lines, even more so this year as we play with two strikers as well as him.”
He said “This has maybe limited him a little in terms of finishing, but not in terms of the matches and his performances.” The Juventus manager said “The team is growing physically. We struggled a bit after the break but we’re now ready to face this important moment of the season, both in the league and the Champions League,” and added “It’ll be a different game in Madrid. We will have to pay great attention and go there with the aim of scoring, otherwise going through will be tough.”
Massimiliano Allegri also talked about the upcoming transfer window and said “I don’t know anything about the market. I prefer to go to the beach in the summer! The club takes care of the players and makes them available.” He then also added “Icardi is a forward who can score goals, but I leave the assessments to [Inter boss Luciano] Spalletti, who coaches him and knows him better.”