GENOA – The Juventus trident played a great game at Sampdoria. Paulo Dybala and Cristiano Ronaldo scored networks for films, while Higuain, despite not scoring, ran for four and provided excellent assists to his attacking teammates. To describe the goals scored by Juventus, we mention two goals that have made the history of football. Cristiano Ronaldo's is very similar to Pelé's legendary one in the 1970 World Cup finals between Brazil and Italy.
To score ahead, Cristiano Ronaldo jumped two meters and fifty-six centimeters and remained in elevation for a few seconds. Murru saw a "train" coming up behind him and could do nothing but collect the ball at the back of the net. But before the magic of the Portuguese champion, there was that of Dybala.
Alex Sandro, as Marco Cassetti did years ago in an old Sampdoria-Roma, launched long into the opponent's penalty area. Dybala, who was in the right-hand corner of the Sampdoria penalty area, started a left-footed volley that left the opposing goalkeeper with no escape.
Match after match, the understanding between the three Juventus strikers grows to the delight of their coach Maurizio Sarri who has taken the top spot of the Italian Serie A soccer championship.
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