Dybala hat-trick lifts Juve to top

Pauline Gross
September 19, 2017

Napoli also bounced back from midweek disappointment in Europe as Benevento, still yet to pick up a point in their maiden Serie A campaign, were put to the sword 6-1.

Juventus and Napoli bounced back from Champions League disappointment to keep their Serie A ideal records and join Inter Milan at the top of the table late on Sunday.

Juventus flew out of the traps in the second period and doubled their advantage courtesy of another brilliant Dybala strike.

Asked about the free-kick, Del Piero told Sky Sport Italia: "It wasn't an exceptional one and it wasn't at too much of an angle but there was just enough of one for him to score".

"I don't want to be compared to anyone". "Every player is himself".

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"I'm Dybala. It's not that I don't like the comparison, but he's a legend".

Mertens kicked off his hat-trick with a 27th-minute volley, and then converted two penalties, with Jose Callejon also getting on the scoresheet in the first half.

On his 100th appearance for Juventus, the 23-year-old Dybala took his tally to 52 goals, with eight of those having come in this season's four league games, as The Old Lady defeated Sassuolo 3-1.

Sociedad defender Kevin Rodrigues scored at both ends and Borja Mayoral and Gareth Bale netted Madrid's other goals to help them equal the consecutive scoring record of 73 games set by Pele's Santos between 1961 and 1963. It leaves the Rossoneri three points adrift of the leaders.

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