Dybala Ends Goal Drought To Earn Juventus Win Against Frosinone

A Paulo Dybala screamer ended his 10-game goal drought and opened floodgates for Cristiano Ronaldo and Leonardo Bonucci as Juventus cruised to a 3-0 home win against lowly Frosinone.

The Argentinian forward who last scored in December, silenced his critics by firing home an unstoppable 25-yard effort and Leonardo Bonucci struck their second 11 minutes later.

Ronaldo drilled home his 21st of the season in all competitions just after the hour-mark to ensure Juve equalled their biggest win of the season.

Massimiliano Allegri’s runaway leaders extended their unbeaten Serie A run to 24 matches and moved 14 points clear of closest challengers Napoli, who play Torino at home on Sunday.

Max Allegri congratulated Paulo Dybala on the goal against Frosinone.

“The team is growing in terms of fitness. Aside from the hiccup against Parma, we have done well in Serie A, we’ve shaken off the problems caused by the Winter break and are in good shape for the Champions League,” the Coach told Sky Sport Italia.

“I am happy for Paulo, as strikers live to score goals. Juventus need a player who works between the lines and Dybala is very good at that.

“The only issue is that for a few years we had one forward and now we have two. It means the build-up play is a little different, so there aren’t as many spaces to run into, but I watched Dybala make the right moves and passes, he just wasn’t scoring as many goals.”