Dybala delights with a first double for Roma
Paulo Dybala was the architect of AS Roma’s victory this Tuesday against Monza (3-0) thanks to his two goals on the fourth day of Serie A. Inter Milan for his part beat Cremonese ( 3-1), thanks in particular to a superb volley from Nicolo Barella.
First goal and even first double for “La Joya” with AS Roma. Paulo Dybala contributed on Tuesday to his team’s victory at the Stadio Olimpico against Monza (3-0), in a match counting for the fourth day of Serie A. José Mourinho’s men also took the lead in the classification, with 10 points, one unit ahead of Inter Milan, winner of his side (3-1) of Cremonese.
Paulo Dybala opened the scoring (18th) after a good breakthrough in the opposing defense, after a deflection of the head of Tammy Abraham. Welcomed like a rock star after his arrival from Juventus, the Argentinian striker did not take long to double the lead (32nd). With a header, Roger Ibanez scored the last goal of the game (61st).
Dybala has reached the 100 goals mark in Serie A, almost ten years since his first goals with already a double with Palermo.
Barella’s superb volley
Before the derby on Saturday against AC Milan, the Inter team was reassured against Cremonese (3-1) after their defeat against Lazio this weekend. Nicolo Barella probably scored the goal of the day with a superb volley (37th), after a cross from the Turkish Hakan Calhanoglu. Joaquin Correa opened the scoring (12th), after a counter-attack initiated by the same Nicolo Barella.
Lautaro Martinez sealed the victory for his team (76th), which was at the forefront in the absence of Romelu Lukaku.
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The Belgian could miss several weeks after suffering a thigh injury in training on Sunday. But Inter dominated a combative promoted, rewarded by the reduction of the final score of David Okereke (90th).
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