Olympic Stadium (Rome): Paulo Dybala performed in front of a packed crowd at Stadio Olimpico on Tuesday night as La Joya scored his first two goals for the capital side in a 3-0 win over struggling Monza that sent the Giallorossi to the top of the league. league Table.
Dybala’s double, which raised his total to 100 goals in the Italian league, was followed by a header from Roger Ibanez as Jose Mourinho’s team overcame its guest rock bottom, who has not scored any point yet.
The Argentina international raced for Tammy Abraham’s opener nod, taking the ball in his stride before clinically finishing with a shot into the far corner.
Then Dybala scored his Serie A title a century after the half-hour mark when he slipped to turn the ball into an empty net after Michel de Gregorio saved Abraham’s attempt.
La Joya fired straight at Di Gregorio early in the second half to miss a hat-trick, but Roma quickly made it a hat-trick when Roger Ibanez headed home from a corner kick.
Andrea Belotti played the final 10 minutes to make his Roma debut and denied Di Gregorio a first-time goal, somehow blocking the former Torino captain’s shot from six yards with his legs.