Juventus' Paulo Dybala, left, celebrates after scoring his team's first goal during an Italian Cup round of 16 soccer match between Juventus and Genoa, at Turin's Allians Stadium, Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017. (Alessandro di Marco/ANSA via AP)
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Paulo Dybala is back, or at least that's what Juventus is embracing ahead of its showdown against Roma Saturday.After being benched for the previous two Serie A matches, Dybala returned to the starting lineup Wednesday and provided a goal and an assist in a 2-0 win over Genoa in the Italian Cup.Dybala's celebrations after scoring three minutes from halftime showed just how much the goal meant to him.Dybala had been desperate for that goal, which was noticeable at the weekend.Dybala will face a trickier time against Roma, which has the best defense in the league, having conceded only 10 in 16 matches.
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