Paulo Dybala described his wonder goal against Sassuolo and said “nothing is impossible” as Juventus visit Bayern Munich.
La Joya sealed the 1-0 Serie A victory this evening with a left-foot curler from the edge of the box, in off the inside of the far post.
“It was a very fast move, I didn’t control the ball very well, but it went well anyway,” Dybala told Mediaset Premium and Sky Sport Italia.
“Was it my best goal? No, I scored one fairly similar to that for Palermo. These are difficult games, there are nine to the end and we have to win in any way possible, whether it’s 1-0 or 10-0.
“In the second half we lost intensity, Sassuolo had nothing to lose and started to push us back while looking for the equaliser.”
Juventus have won 18 games and drawn one since their 1-0 defeat to Sassuolo on October 28.
“People gave us up for dead, but we are here on top of the table and fighting for a fifth consecutive Scudetto.”
The Bianconeri go to the Allianz Arena for the Champions League on Wednesday, having drawn the first leg 2-2. Is it a mission impossible with Bayern Munich?
“Nothing is impossible in life or in football.”