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WATCH: Paulo Dybala Fires Perfect Free-Kick Past Biggest Wall Ever

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WATCH: Paulo Dybala Fires Perfect Free-Kick Past Biggest Wall Ever

Paulo Dybala's free-kick game has now reached a level where even the biggest defensive wall in the world is unable to stop him finding the top corner from a dead ball situation.

Juventus' Argentinean striker took some time out from his post-season break to star in a charity game in Cordoba, yesterday.

And when Dybala's team were awarded a free-kick in a promising position, the opposition decided to take drastic measures to prevent the Juventus striker from producing one of his trademark efforts from finding its way into the net.

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Dybala has become one of Juventus' most important players since his arrival in 2015. Images: PA

With Dybala ready to strike, the wall began to get bigger and bigger, with ringers from the sidelines even being invited to join in.

Then, to make the goal seem as small as possible, the wall retreated from the edge of the penalty area all the way back to the goal line, with several players even hanging off the crossbar for good measure.

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Dybala moved the ball 10 yards further forward as a result of the wall's retreat and, with barely any area of the net to aim at, curled an inch perfect left footed effort into the top corner with almost minimal fuss.


The 23-year-old has been a huge success in Turin since joining Juventus from Palermo, two years ago.

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Dybala has scored 42 goals in 94 appearances for the Bianconeri over the last two seasons, helping Max Allgeri's men lift two Serie A titles and two Coppa Italias, as well as reaching last season's Champions League final.

However, despite his impressive form, the former Palermo striker has struggled at international level, mainly due to the level of competition for places up front in the Argentina national team. The 23-year-old has eight caps to his name but is yet to open his account for La Albiceleste.

Juventus fans will be hoping Dybala can continue to produce a few more of these free-kicks next season as the Bianconeri aim to continue their dominance of Serie A, where they have won the last six consecutive Scudettos.

Topics: Football

Joe Baiamonte
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