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Man of the Match Lecce vs Juventus: Paulo Dybala

Man of the Match Lecce vs Juventus: Paulo Dybala
Paul Dybala

 Juventus failed to win in the 9th week of Serie A match against Lecce on Saturday (10/26/2019) night WIB on Via del Mare. Juventus must be satisfied playing with a 1-1 draw against the host.

Juventus, who did not play the megastar, Cristiano Ronaldo, found it difficult to penetrate the Lecce defense in the first round. Despite getting the chance from the actions of Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala, no goals were created in the first half.

Juventus opened the taps in the 50th minute. The Old Lady gets a penalty. Paulo Dybala who became the executor successfully carried out his duties well. Dybala gave Juventus a 1-0 lead over Lecce.

Lecce excellence only lasted for six minutes. Because Lecce evened the score through Marco Mancosu’s goal. Like Juventus’ goal, Lecce also scored from a penalty. Matthijs de Ligt violated the Lecce player in the penalty box.

Juventus failed to get three points from the trip to Via del Mare, but Paulo Dybala’s neat performance was shown. Players with the nickname La Joya repeatedly put the Lecce goal in danger.

Paulo Dybala is so dominant in the Juventus attack line, without Ronaldo. The Argentine also became the executor when Juventus got a penalty. Paulo Dybala released six kicks, two on target, towards the Lecce goal.

From Whoscored notes, Paulo Dybala became the most frequent Juventus player to open a pass with 72 passes. Paulo Dybala’s bait accuracy even reaches 60 percent. Whoscored gave a value of 7.4 for the former Palermo player for his action in the match against Lecce.

Meanwhile, a goal against Lecce is proof that Paulo Dybala is still an important player for Juventus. In the previous match, when meeting Lokomotiv Moscow in the Champions League, Dybala scored twice for Juventus.

 

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Written by Amrita Paul

Amrita Paul, a technologist, speaker, designer, writer, and educator. He worked as a professional sports writer in The Sportda web blog. Paul loves to make websites and articles that users love and work with the brilliant folks at Viget Labs. He is from Bangladesh, went to Dania University College in Dhaka to complete his graduation. At present, working as a staff writer in The 7upsports.com.

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