Paulo Dybala expressed his satisfaction to the media after his game-winning exploits in Juventus’ latest game against Milan.
After a poor first half display from Juventus, the Italian champions were able to break the deadlock through Paulo Dybala. The Argentine latched onto an Alex Sandro cross and thrashed it past a helpless Gianluigi Donnarumma gifting his side the three points. Despite his individual efforts, the former Palermo man underlined the importance of his team’s performance as a whole. He told Sky Sports,:
“Today, we all won, it was a team victory. We did exactly what the manager asked from us. When I was substituted and saw the standing ovation, it was a unique emotion for me. I’m happy with what I am doing but this was the team’s third consecutive win. We know that the only thing that matters is winning. The three points give us confidence going into our Champions League game.”
The more you play, the more you score.
“For a striker, it’s important to keep scoring but we must all give the manager a dilemma with our good performances. We have a deep team and we all must be at the disposal of the manager.”
You’re young and are continuously growing. Do you want to play more?
“No. The manager just like Marotta are helping me grow. I’m looking to do more.”
Thoughts on the Paris attacks?
“I was in Argentina and sent Pogba a message to see if he was alright. He told me he was fine despite the chaos.”