FIFA Player Review: Paulo Dybala




















Paulo Dybala, born in Córdoba, Argentina on November 15, 1993, is an Argentine football player with Italian and Polish nationality. He is a forward in the Serie A Juventus football club.

In 2003, Dybala entered the youth training camp at Cordoba College. In 2011, Dybala was promoted to the first team of Cordoba College and began his professional career. In 2012, Dybala moved to Palermo Football Club. During his time in Palermo, Dybala helped the team win the Serie B championship and became the Serie A assisting champion in the 2014-15 season. After playing for Palermo for three seasons, on June 4, 2015, Dybala moved to Juventus. As of the end of the 2017-18 season, Dybala helped Juventus win three Serie A titles, three Italian Cups and one Italian Super Cup.

Chinese name Paul Dybala foreign name Paulo Dybala alias Little Magic, La Joya (small gem) Nationality Argentina, Italy, Poland Birthplace Córdoba Date of birth November 15, 1993 Main achievements 3 times Serie A Champion major achievements Serie A assists in the 2014-15 season

2 times Serie A season’s best lineup sports project football team Juventus football club field position forwards used feet left foot height 177CM

Dybala was born in Córdoba, the central province of Argentina. Although born in Argentina, Dybala’s grandmother is Italian and his grandfather is Polish, so Dybala has the nationality of Argentina, Italy and Poland, and can also choose to play for the Polish or Italian national team. In 2003, 10-year-old Dybala joined the local team Cordoba College youth training camp and was trained until 2011.

In the 2011-12 season, Dybala was promoted to the first team of Cordoba College. On August 13, 2011, in the first round of the 2011-League League match, Cordoba College against Hurricane Athletics, Dybala Get the first opportunity to complete his career debut at the age of 17 years old. After the team’s debut, Dybala quickly scored a career goal in the second round to help Cordoba College draw 2-2 away from Aldohivi. The ball also allowed him to surpass Mario Alberto Kempes and become the youngest scorer in the history of Cordoba College. In the 2011-12 season, Dybala created a number of Córdoba Academy team history records, including the youngest player’s consecutive record (38 games, the original record also maintained by Mario Alberto Kempes). At the same time, Dybala is also the first player in the history of the Cordova Academy to complete two hat-tricks in a single season, the first player to score six consecutive official games. At the end of the 2011-12 season, the college team upgraded as the third runner-up of the second division, and Dybala scored 17 goals in the 38-round league, and ranked 4th in the scorer’s list.

In July 2012, the club of the Italian Football League, Palermo, bought Dybala at a high price of 12 million euros, creating the most expensive signing record in the history of the Palermo club.

In the 2012-13 season, in the 12th round of Serie A match between Palermo and Sampdoria, Dybala scored twice to help the team take three points. However, Dybala scored another goal in the remaining game of the season against Lazio. He scored 3 goals throughout the season and did not establish the main position of the team. Palermo also fell into the Italian Football League.

In the 2013-14 season, Dybala suffered an injury during the first half of the season. At the end of the season, Dybala scored 5 goals and 6 assists to help Palermo win the Serie B championship with a record-breaking league score and re-enter the Serie A.

In the 2014-15 season, Dybala, who returned to Serie A, scored in the first round of the match against Sampdoria. From the 10th round to the 17th round, Dybala participated in the consecutive 8 rounds of the league, scoring a total of 7 goals and 4 assists to help the team score 16 points. Throughout the 2014-15 season, Dybala played for Palermo 34 times, scored 13 goals and sent 10 assists, tied for the season’s Serie A assists. After the 2014-15 season, Dybala’s contract with Palermo expired. However, Palermo and Dybala failed to reach an agreement on the issue of renewal.

Dybala played for Palermo for three seasons, representing Palermo in 89 league games and scoring 21 league goals.

On June 4, 2015, Juventus Club officially announced the signing of Dybala. The contract between the two parties lasted for 5 years, the transfer fee was 32 million euros (paid in 4 years), and there were additional clauses of 8 million euros in the contract. On August 8th, in the Italian Super Cup Juventus against Lazio, Dybala replaced Kingsley Coman in the 61st minute, this is his first positive on behalf of Juventus.

 Competition. In the 74th minute, Dybala completed the goal and scored in the personal debut. With this goal, Juventus finally defeated Lazio 2-0, and the team won the Italian Super Cup for the seventh time. On January 18, 2016, in the 20th round of the Serie A 2015-16 season, Juventus played against Udinese. Dybala helped the team open the record with a free kick and then scored a penalty. In addition, he has 2 assists. With Dibal’s personal performance, Juventus finally defeated the opponent 4-0. After the campaign, Dybala has scored 11 goals in the season. On May 14th, in the 38th round of Serie A against Juventus against Sampdoria, Dybala scored twice to help Juventus, who has locked in the 2015-16 Serie A title, beat the opponent 5-0. Throughout the 2015-16 season, Dybala scored 19 league goals and was second only to Gonzalo Higuain on the scorer’s list. On May 22, Dybala led the team to win the Italian Cup. On May 26th, Dybala was selected for the Serie A best team in the 2015-16 season.

On October 18, 2016, in the match between Serie A Juventus and Udinese, Dybala scored 2 goals for the team in the case of 0-1 behind the team, helping Juventus 2 -1 reverses the opponent. On October 23, in the match of Serie A Juventus 0-1 against AC Milan, Dybala was injured because of the injury, and therefore missed the entire November game. On December 8th, in the UEFA Champions League group final match Juventus 2-0 victory over Dinamo Zagreb, Dybala returned after a month and a half. On December 24th, in the Italian Super Cup Juventus against AC Milan, Dybala scored a penalty in the penalty shootout, causing Juventus to fail to win the Italian Super Cup. On February 21st, 2017, in the 4-1 victory over Palermo in Serie A Juventus, Dybala scored twice against the old club and became the second Juventus scored 10 goals in the 2016-17 season. The player helped Juventus to create a 29-game winning streak at home in Serie A. On the 1st of the first round of the Italian Cup semi-final match Juventus 3-1 victory over Naples, Dybala scored a second goal in the second half April 9.

 In the Serie A Juventus 2-0 victory over Chievo, Dybala contributed 1 assist and 1 indirect assist in the entire game and participated in all 2 goals of the team. In addition, Dybala’s entire game has 95 touches and 57 successful passes, all of which have created Dybala’s personal career Serie A record. On April 12th, in the first round of the UEFA Champions League quarter-final Juventus against Barcelona, ​​Dybala scored twice to help the team beat the opponent 3-0. In the 2016-17 season, Dybala helped Juventus win the Serie A, the Italian Cup and the Champions League runner-up.

On August 27, 2017, in the match between Serie A Juventus and Genoa, Dybala staged a hat trick to help Juventus win the game with a 4-2 reversal in the absence of two goals. This is also Dybala. The first hat trick of Serie A career. After the campaign, Dybala’s Serie A career scores came to 50. On September 17, in the match of Serie A Juventus against Sassuolo, Dybala completed the 100th match in Juventus and staged a hat trick, breaking six consecutive Serie A (cross-season) and becoming the first The Juventus team who broke the first four rounds of Serie A. On March 11, 2018, in Juventus against Udinese, Dybala scored twice to help the team win 2-0. After the campaign, Dybala’s career total score reached 100 (Juventus 62). On April 7th, in the match between Serie A Juventus and Benevento, Dybala scored a hat-trick for the third time in a single season, creating a Serie A single-season individual goal record to help the team win 4-2. In addition, Dybala scored the second goal in the game and Dybala scored the 50th goal for Juventus in Serie A. In the 2017-18 season, Dybala played 46 times in various events and scored 26 goals to help Juventus win the Serie A and Italian Cup championships.

On September 23, 2015, Dybala was selected for the first time in the Argentine national team. On October 14th, Dybala came off the bench in Argentina against Argentina and completed the national team’s debut.

On May 21, 2016, Dybala lost Argentina’s 23-man roster to the America’s Cup. In June, Dybala announced his withdrawal from the Rio Olympics. On September 2nd, in the World Cup qualifiers between Argentina and Uruguay, Dybala first debuted on behalf of the Argentine team, but he received two yellow cards in the first half before the end of the first half and was sent off.

In 2018, Dybala competed with the Argentine national team in the 2018 World Cup in Russia, but the team coach Jorge Sang Baoli always put Dybala at the end of the team bench, on the grounds that Dybala was on the court with Rio. · Messi’s position conflict, the two are difficult to be compatible. In the entire World Cup, Dybala’s contribution to the team is almost zero. No matter how struggling the team and teammates are on the court, Dybala can’t get a chance under Sang Baoli’s hands. In the entire World Cup, Dybala only played 22 minutes off the bench in Argentina’s 0-3 defeat to Croatia, which was his only debut in the World Cup. In the end, Argentina lost to France in the 1/8 final 3-4.

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