Dybala comes off hurt for Juventus before Champions League resumption

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The club’s European effort resumes on August 7, leaving the Argentine as a brand new uncertainty

Paulo Dybala was driven off injured in Juventus’ Serie A fight against Sampdoria on Sunday, inducing Maurizio Sarri some concern prior to the Champions League resumption.

Juventus went to their weekend battle realizing that victory would clinch an undercover successive Scudetto for the team following Atalanta failed to conquer Milan on Friday.

But while they moved to the break ahead, that success will come at a cost following the Turin side lost their forward in the first half.

The Argentina forwards was clutching the very top of the left thigh as he made way for Gonzalo Higuain five minutes prior to half-time.

Coach Sarri had been forced into a single change, together with Danilo coming off after a clash of heads with Gaston Ramirez.

Juve keep their league campaign with games from Cagliari and Roma following week before hosting Lyon at the next leg of the Champions League final -16 tie August 7.

Today the Aged Lady will expect for favorable information out of their healthcare department as they seem to claw their way back to this battle.

Sarri’s side will have to conquer a first-leg shortage after losing 1-0 at France back in February, together with the winner movin gram on to a shortened version of the last stage of the tournament that will take place in Lisbon over 11 times from 12-23 August.

But while Dybala’s harm will come as an issue, the Bianconeri were on the point of yet another title succeed at half-time since they directed their opponents.

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s stoppage-time attack gave them a 1-0 lead at half-time against Sampdoria, together with the Portugal star shooting home from the edge of the box to convert a ready free-kick move implemented by Miralem Pjanic.

After suffering a disappointing 2018-19 along with Ronaldo, Dybala has enjoyed a return to form this year having recovered out of coronavirus during soccer’s hiatus because of the pandemic. 

The Cordoba native has led 10 goals and nine assists to Juve’s attempts to keep the Scudetto, while netting a total of 16 goals in all competitions for the Italian giants.


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