Watch: Paulo Dybala goals for Juventus Vs Lokomotiv Moscow, as the Italians make a dramatic comeback with the help of Argentine International.
Turin’s lost hero has finally been rediscovered as Paulo Dybala scored a brace to help Juventus win against Lokomotiv Moscow in the Champions League clash.
The Russian side visited Allianz arena to play against Juventus in the 3rd round of the group stages in the Champions League. The visitors opened the scoring and made it difficult for the Italian Champions to be back in the game.
It seemed that Juventus would face its first an upset tonight. However, Juventus’ long-serving knight Dybala’s brace helped Juventus to not only overcome the deficit but also propelled them to bag three points in the third round of the Champions League group stages.
In the 77th minute, Dybala picks up a pass from Juan Cuadrado at the edge of the box. From there the Argentine International curled an absolutely beautiful shot, which directly goes inside the net to equalize the score.
DYBALA GOAL. LEFT FOOT OF GOLD pic.twitter.com/SCtRdOPHCE
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Goal! Paulo Dybala slotted the ball past the goalkeeper! Juventus vs Lokomotiv Moscow 1-1 pic.twitter.com/pZwMQ42RL2
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To equalize the score was surely not enough for Dybala, as he finds the net for Juventus once again after Alex Sandro makes a thumping shot to the goal but Guilherme manages to deny the attempt.
Although, the ball lands at the wrong position and Dybala takes a shot at a rebound, making the Russian goalkeeper look helpless. With this, the score is converted into 2-1 and somehow escapes Juventus from their first defeat in the Champions League in this edition.
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These goals are surely a sign of relief for Dybala, who was allegedly ruled out from the plans of new manager Maurizio Sarri. But now, Dybala somehow has proved his worth and managed to shut his critics. Now, the Old Lady is at the top of the group with 7 points, similar to Atletico Madrid but a goal difference by single goal places Juventus above.