Paulo Dybala Produced A Jaw-Dropping First Touch Against Frosinone
Paulo Dybala conjured up an unbelievably satisfying first touch in Juventus' 3-0 win over Frosinone last night and we can't stop watching.
The Argentine scored his first league goal since November in the first half when he smashed a rasping left-footed drive into the top bins and he followed it up by another gorgeous piece of play in the second.
In the 71st minute the ball was sprayed out to the Juve No.10 on the right flank and his touch needed be to perfect, with two opposition defenders pressuring him.
And in the most nonchalant fashion, he outrageously backheeled the ball out of the reach of the onrushing Frosinone player and moved into the space.
Dybala's touch is so on point that he made it look easy and we're finding it difficult to watch it less than 10 times.
Undoubtedly the big talking point from the game, however, is that Dybala and Cristiano Ronaldo are now copying each other's celebrations.
After finding the net in sublime fashion, the former Palermo man wheeled away in trademark celebratory style, performing the 'Dybalamask'.
However, he incorporated Ronaldo's signature 'Si' celebration into it - with the Ronaldo himself doing his own version of the mask in sync.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner debuted his new celebration versus Sassuolo last week, taking a page out of Dybala's book by merging his famous celebration with Dybala's famous sign.