Author of a double on Tuesday, during the success won by Juventus Turin against Zenith Saint Petersburg (4-2), Paulo Dybala overtook Michel Platini in the ranking of the top scorers in the history of the Old Lady.
In difficulty in Serie A where the Juventus Turin, still beaten by Hellas Verona this weekend, is only in 9e position, the Old Lady is much more to her advantage in the Champions League. Opposed to Zenith Saint Petersburg, the Bianconeri have indeed won their fourth victory in four matches and thus validated their qualification for the round of 16. A 4-2 success for the Turinese marked by the double of Paulo Dybala.
Thanks to these two goals, the Argentinian entered the club’s history a little further by becoming the 12e surpassing Michel Platini in the ranking of the top scorers of the Old Lady. With 106 goals on the clock, the former Palermo did better than the 104 goals of the tricolor icon and settled in the 11e place in the ranking of the most prolific scorers under the Turin jersey.
And Paulo Dybala knows his classics. To pay tribute to the French, the Turin n ° 10 celebrated his first goal by imitating his famous celebration of the Nancy, made during the final of the Intercontinental Cup in 1985 after his magnificent goal (sequence of chest control, small sombrero and recovery of the left ) ultimately canceled for an offside by a teammate.
With his double tonight, Paulo #Dybala overtook Michel Platini in the scorers ranking of the #Juve (106 against 104 goals). To celebrate, same celebration as him during the final of the Intercontinental Cup in 1985 after his canceled goal. pic.twitter.com/WqrZWMkk7M
– GuillaumeMP (@Guillaumemp) November 2, 2021
Dybala’s celebration after overtaking Platini in Juventus top scorers table in UCL pic.twitter.com/Lrpgea8cU4
– FrSerieA (@FrSerieA) November 2, 2021
“There was no better way to celebrate 124 years of history, Dybala wrote on his Twitter account. Happy Birthday Juve! And proud to have joined the legend ‘The King’ Platini. “
There was no better way to celebrate 124 years of history. Greetings Juve! And proud to have reached the legend “Le Roi” Platini ⚽️ ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/87iPd6NRPE
— Paulo Dybala (@PauDybala_JR) November 2, 2021
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