Paulo Dybala scores for Juventus in 1-1 draw against Inter Milan

Dybala scored vs Inter
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Argentina striker Dybala pulled out his ball just one minute after Denzel Dumfries was ruled out to kick Alex Sandro while trying to clear the ball, a move that angered Inter until coach Simone Inzaghi was sent off by referee Maurizio Mariani.

His character appeared for the first time after emerging from a lunar injury, the 27-year-old entering the 63rd minute.

Inter Milan leading 1-0, Juventus were rewarded with what some fans say was a controversial penalty and it was Dybala who would take it.

The Argentine player went to the right of the goalkeeper and scored a goal to get Juventus drawn. According to OptaPaolo, Dybala is the first Juventus player to score in three consecutive Serie A matches against Inter Milan, as three points during the win started back in the 1994-1995 season.

At just 27 years old, Paulo Dybala could return to Argentina’s national team for the World Cup qualifier.

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