More like Paul Dibble.
Dybala, synonymous with the beautiful side of the game, all silky and sleek.
Or so you thought anyway.
In Juventus’ 1-0 win over Inter Milan in the always-feisty Derby D’Italia, Dybala’s latest trick perhaps wasn’t completely intentional.
Rodrigo Bentancur was on the ball, almost certainly looking for the overlapping run of Matteo De Sciglio.
Only his pass was massively over hit, instead cannoning off the unsuspecting Dybala who in turn was flattened to the floor.
Yet Dybala’s vision ensured this didn’t rebound harmlessly away somewhere.
No, Dybala’s vision meant he conjured a brilliantly bonkers one-two, with the ball landing back at Bentancur’s feet ready to start another attack.
Fair play Paulo.
More of this please.
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