Having moved to Turin last year, Paulo Dybala hasn't wasted any time to start firing on all cylinders for Juventus in Serie A. With 13 goals and eight assists, his tip-top form has coincided with a brilliant run for his new team and he is gradually establishing himself among the world's best.
Blessed with immense pace, Dybala’s deft dribbling skills and superb off-ball movement make him the most dangerous threat in a league renowned for great defensive solidity and discipline.
With the help of the Argentine’s blistering pace, the Old Lady re-wrote their history books by achieving a staggering 15-game winning streak in Italy's top flight, their latest scalp being a 1-0 victory over their closest title contender Napoli, sending them to the first place despite their disappointing start this term.
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While his exceptional agility poses the sternest test for every experienced defender, Dybala remains top-class with a dead-ball - a trait also shared by the best players in world football like Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The 22-year-old has already found the net twice from free-kicks this season and continued to create some great chances for his teammates. Meanwhile, his capability of taking penalty clinically also manifests his admirable mentality.
It's obvious that confidence has always been the big asset for Dybala. The young forward is never afraid trying to pull off the toughest tricks or attempting a shot from various distances - making him a reliable scorer of stunners in Europe.
With his clinical finishing in front of goal, insightful passes and supreme flair, Paulo Dybala is now comfortable leading Juventus’s both scoring and assisting charts.
Should he continue to progress at this rate, it’s only a matter of time before the Argentine international is ranked alongside with the best footballers on the planet.