Paulo Dybala Was The Ultimate Sh*thouse During Barcelona Vs Juventus And Rattled Ronald Koeman


Paulo Dybala left his impact on Barcelona 0-3 Juventus last night by being a complete sh*thouse and winding Ronald Koeman up.

The Argentine started on the bench as Juve ran out 3-0 winners to snatch top spot in Group G.

Barcelona defender Clement Lenglet gave away a penalty in the 51st minute and received a booking for handball.

Juventus’ bench were calling for a red which saw Blaugrana boss Koeman shout ‘Shut up!’ towards them. But Dybala wasn’t done there, and he cracked a smile before quickly making a VAR hand gesture.

Lenglet wasn’t sent off, but Cristiano Ronaldo stepped up to score his second goal of the game and Juventus’ third.

Dybala would eventually get on the pitch in the 85th minute, but his work had been done on the sidelines.

Fans have reacted to the 27-year-old’s antics and they were loving it.

Weston McKennie also got on the score sheet at the Camp Nou to seal a comfortable evening for Andrea Pirlo’s side.

The game was significant for another reason. It was the first time Ronaldo had shared a pitch with Lionel Messi since leaving Real Madrid in 2018.

It could be the last time they ever face each other and both men embraced prior to kick-off.

Ronaldo paid tribute to the six-time Ballon d’Or winner post match and shared classy words regarding their rivalry, which has spanned over 13 years.

“We’ve been in the awards ceremonies for 12-13 years now and I never saw him as a rival, that’s all stirred up in the media,” he told Movistar per football-espana.

“We always got along perfectly well and if you ask Leo, he’ll tell you the same thing.”

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