Juventus really do have an abundance of quality strikers at their disposal right now.
Cristiano Ronaldo is of course the main man for the Bianconeri, but both Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala are pretty darn good as well.
The Argentine duo have been lighting up Serie A for many years now and their ability to work in tandem is something that will certainly appeal to Maurizio Sarri.
Last night in the Coppa Italia versus Udinese, the pair displayed their telepathy for the world to see.
In the build-up to the first goal of the evening in Turin, Higuain and Dybala combined for three one-twos in a row before the former fired the ball home.
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You will not see better link-up play anywhere in Europe this season.
HIGUAIN AND DYBALA GO ONE-TWO CRAZY
Who needs Ronaldo, eh?
Sarcasm aside, the move illustrates that Sarri can more than afford to hand the 35-year-old Portuguese star a rest now and then to preserve his fitness in the twilight years of his career.
Dybala has rediscovered some of his mojo under the new manager and he followed up his sublime assist with a sensational goal in the second-half for Juve's third of the evening.
There's only one Argentine with a better left foot than Dybala and we all know who that is...
DYBALA'S WONDER STRIKE
Pick that one out! Juve eventually won the game 4-0 to progress to the quarter-finals of the Coppa Italia.
It's not been a bad few days for the Bianconeri after they established a two-point lead at the top of the Serie A table on the weekend and their strikers have been scoring for fun in 2020.
One thing that's intriguing watching Higuain and Dybala go about their business as a partnership for Juve is asking how would they have faired as a duo for Argentina.
Should they have been given some element of time together to try and remedy a misfiring team?
However, with Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero in the frame, it was never going to be easy to sandwich all the forwards into one side.
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