Dybala Scores First Goals as a Giallorosso

It was Paulo Dybala’s night at Stadio Olimpico as jewel He scored his first two goals since joining Roma, and helped the team Gelorossi Easily for a comfortable 3-0 win over bottom club Monza.

Roger Ibanez has collected the scoring for Roma, who now leads the standings on their own as Napoli, Atalanta, Lazio and Turin wait for midweek tests tomorrow and Thursday.

to me Biancourse It’s time for their coach Giovanni Strupba to do some soul-searching as they are now in a four-game losing streak and have yet to collect a single point in their first Serie A campaign.

Monza had an encouraging start tonight as they dominated the first 15 minutes of the game. However, the Lombardy-based team disappeared from the field once Dybala scored for the first time. That’s too little if they want to put up a fight to maintain their first-class status.

Dybala reached the scoring sheet for the first time as a yellow red In the 18th minute, she concluded with a superb 40m clinical shot. The Argentine then offered a celebration of his trademark ‘Dybalamask’, sending the Stadio Olimpico stands in a state of euphoria.

In the 32nd minute, he was ready to pounce on the rebound when Michel Di Gregorio parried Tammy Abraham’s shot, and sent Gelorossi To the second half by two goals.

Monza did what she could to limit the damage. Defender Luca Calderola kept Lorenzo Pellegrini and Abraham on his feet in the second half. However, he couldn’t do anything when Ibanez headed the ball from Pellegrini’s corner kick in time.

With 15 minutes left there was still plenty of time to see Andrea Belotti make his Roma debut. The rooster even came close to scoring but Di Gregorio denied him with his foot.

Full-time Jose Mourinho may be pleased with his side performance, while his counterpart at Monza Strupba will have plenty of work to do to reverse a worrying negative trend.

Match scorecard

August 30, 2022 – Serie A 2022-2023 Round 4
Roma – Monza 3-0

scorers: 18, Dybala, 32, Dybala, 61, Ibanez

Rome (3-4-2-1): Rui Patricio Mancini, Kumpula (27 degrees Smalling), Ibanez; Selleck, Cristante, Matic, Zalowsky (66° Spinazzola); Dybala (66° El Shaarawy), Pellegrini (80° Buff); Abraham (80 degrees Belotti) (Svilar, Boyer, Vienna, Trippi, Karsdorp, Vaticante, El Shaarawy, Shumorodov) Fitness Trainer: Mourinho
Monza (3-5-2): Written by Gregorio Maron (46′ Molina), Marlon, Calderola; Berendelli, Pesina (64′ F. Ranocchia), Sensi (84′ Bondo), Machin, Carlos Augusto; Caprari (64′ Dany Mota), Petagna (64′ Ciurria) (Cragno, Sorrentino, Carboni, Antov, Colpani, Valoti, Barberis, Vignato, Gytkjaer) Fitness Trainer: strobe
Rule: Mr. Piccinini of Forli
Notes: yellow cards:

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