Serie A giants Juventus’ star Argentinian forward Paulo Dybala has become the first ever Juventus player to have scored in each of the opening four matches of a Serie A season.
The Argentinian scored against Sassuolo today and set the record which immortalises his name at the club at such a young age. The 23-year-old had previously scored in the Old Lady’s league wins over Chievo, Genoa and Cagliari and has now etched his name in history books with a a goal against Sassuolo.
RECORD: Paulo Dybala is the first Juventus player in history to score in each of the first four Serie A games of the season.
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The star striker was linked with a move to Barcelona in the summer transfer window gone by but it has been confirmed that no formal bid was made for the youngster tipped to be one of the greatest players of the future.
Dybala has recently replaced his old agent with his brother Gustavo, who lives in Barcelona, although the Argentinian has shown keen interest in playing for a club in the Premier League.
Juventus currently sit on top of the Premier League table alongside Inter Milan. Both clubs have not lost a single game till now.