Dybala scores the second goal.
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Argentina striker Paulo Dybala produced a spectacular strike and prompted an own goal as resurgent champions Juventus outclassed Lazio 2-0 at the Stadio Olimpico Friday.The hosts' heads dropped after just seven minutes when defender Santiago Gentiletti turned Dybala's weighted cross past goalkeeper Federico Marchetti and into the Lazio goal.All of a sudden, coach Massimiliano Allegri's decision to keep Spain striker Alvaro Morata on the bench for the fourth consecutive game looked justified – and moments later Dybala threatened again only to fire over after collecting Kwadwo Asamoah's ball and deftly sidestepping three Lazio players.Lazio were barely hanging on and their chances were mostly desperate.
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