In the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo, the Argentinian is the formative man in Juventus's second Champions League match.
Argentinian footballer Paulo Dybala has almost single-handedly scored Italy's record champions Juventus Turin for their second UEFA Champions League victory. In the 3-0 (2-0) against the Swiss champions Young Boys Bern Dybala scored all three hits. Five-time World Player Cristiano Ronaldo was suspended and 2014 World Champion Sami Khedira came on in the 70th minute. Bern had to play from the 78th minute to tenth, defender Mohamed Aly Camara had within three minutes two yellow cards traded.
Two weeks ago, Juventus had already won 2: 0 at Spanish side Valencia CF. Third opponent in Group H is Manchester United. On October 23, the game is in Manchester on the program.