The first was a fine finish on the turn from the 23-year-old, scored from a tight angle in just the seventh minute of action.
However, the second was even better, with Dybala lashing a Juan Cuadrado cross into the bottom corner from the edge of the penalty area. If there was any doubt that he was the real deal, there won’t be for much longer: he’s already found the net 16 times in all competitions this season.
As for the immediate future, it’ll be interesting to see whether Juventus look to build on their early advantage, or whether Massimiliano Allegri’s men will sit back and soak up pressure. The Bianconeri are one of the best defensive teams in world football, but Barça’s incredible comeback against Paris Saint-Germain in the previous round illustrated that they’re more than capable of mounting a comeback.
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