Paulo Dybala outshone his idol Lionel Messi in the 1st leg of the UEFA Champions League Quarter-Final by scoring a brace to help Juventus take a three-goal lead to the Camp Nou next week. The Argentine's finishes showed just why he is so highly rated by Italian Serie A aficionados. It was also a time for social media to question the loosely used term – 'world-class'.
— ConteManBlue (@amanitom1) April 11, 2017
Lingard: £100,000-a- week
— DÀFLOW (@DaflowAbioye) April 11, 2017
according to my calculations
? = b² – 4 a c
x1,2 = ————
Dybala is worldclass
— Strictly Futbol (@_StrictlyFutbol) April 11, 2017
— Ladbrokes (@Ladbrokes) April 11, 2017
When you realise Jesse Lingard earns DOUBLE the amount Paulo Dybala does… pic.twitter.com/a2p4mAGHcF
— Coral (@Coral) April 11, 2017
English media Google searching Paulo Dybala like: pic.twitter.com/nESVJMvKt6
— Matthew Santangelo (@Matt_Santangelo) April 11, 2017
Dybala has scored against:
AC Milan ?
— BT Sport Football (@btsportfootball) April 11, 2017
9 barca players nd still dybala score pic.twitter.com/yQw1jloPjz
— yazeed kabeer (@Yazeejoo1) April 11, 2017
Juventus sold their dabbing stepover merchant for £100m and replaced him with Dybala – a true world class talent. Amazing business.
— @ (@LFCRelated) April 11, 2017
Pogba last yr: "I call Dybala 'Square R2'. That’s the combination u press on PlayStation to do a turn and shot. He always scores like that.”
— Paolo Bandini (@Paolo_Bandini) April 11, 2017