Joy and tears for Dybala as Juventus beat Sampdoria in first home win

Joy and tears for Dybala as Juventus beat Sampdoria in first home win

26/9/2021 3:57:00 PM

Joy and tears for Dybala as Juventus beat Sampdoria in first home win

Paulo Dybala scored a superb goal before leaving the pitch in tears with an injury as Juventus beat Sampdoria 3-2 in Turin on Sunday, their first home victory of the Serie A season. The Argentina international fired a low shot into the bottom corner after 10 minutes but limped off soon after with an appar

Paulo Dybala scored a superb goal before leaving the pitch in tears with an injury as Juventus beat Sampdoria 3-2 in Turin on Sunday, their first home victory of the Serie A season.The Argentina international fired a low shot into the bottom corner after 10 minutes but limped off soon after with an apparent muscular problem, which may well rule him out of Wednesday’s Champions League clash with Chelsea.

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Leonardo Bonucci doubled Juve’s advantage from the penalty spot before Maya Yoshida quickly pulled one back for Samp, stretching the home side's run without a league clean sheet to 20 games.Manuel Locatelli scored his first goal for the Bianconeri in the second half, but Antonio Candreva's late strike meant Juve had a nervy ending before claiming their second consecutive league win.

Massimiliano Allegri’s side climb to ninth place in the table on eight points, three points clear of 14th-placed Sampdoria but eight adrift of league leaders AC Milan.(Reporting by Alasdair Mackenzie; Editing by Hugh Lawson) Read more: CNA »

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