The “Jewel” scored a goal in each half and was the great figure of the night for the host. On the other hand, in the “Fiore”, the Argentinian Nicholas Gonzalez entered at plugin startup while Lucas Martinez Quarta he was not summoned.
The other team of Rome, Lazio also beat Sassuolo 2-0, but as a visitor, at the MAPEI Stadium – Città del Tricolore, with goals from Brazilian Felipe Anderson and Mattia Zaccagni. The green-and-black club is still breathing but is approaching the relegation zone of the table.
The win of the day went to Atalanta by defeating the modest Salernitana 8-2 at the Gewiss stadium, with goals from Ademola Lookman on two occasions, Giorgio Scalvini, Teun Koopmeiners, Jeremie Boga, Rasmus Höjlund, Nadir Zortea and Ederson Silva, while Boulaye Dia and Boulaye Dia scored for the visitor. Argentines Juan Musso and José Luis Palomino were starters at the Bergamo club.
Finally, Bologna beat Udinese 2-1 at the Dacia Arena stadium with goals from Nicola Sansone and Michel Aebischer, and the Portuguese Beto discounted for the locals.
Meanwhile, Spezia, with a goal from MBala Nzola from a penalty, defeated Torino 1-0 at the Olimpico Grande Torino.
Dybala’s post after his great game
The Cordovan striker Paulo Dybala, world champion with Argentina, said he was “happy” for having scored two goals for Rome’s 2-0 win against Fiorentina, for the 18th. date of the Italian league, and he congratulated the rest of his teammates.
“Today another quality victory. Happy for the double and for the excellent performance of the team, congratulations to all”Dybala posted on his social networks.
In turn, he thanked Englishman Tammy Abraham for the assists after 40 minutes of the first half and 37 of the second stage.
Dybala, 29 years old, he has accumulated 7 goals in the Italian tournament, one from a penalty, and is much loved by the Roma fans.
The idyll between Dybala and Roma was strengthened after the Qatar 2022 World Cup, when the former Institute of Córdoba donated its world champion medal to the club’s museum.
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