Dybala fires Juve to top of Serie A as Napoli held

Paulo Dybala continued his emphatic return to the Juventus side with a brace on Sunday

Paulo Dybala continued his emphatic return to the Juventus side with a brace on Sunday

Paulo Dybala said Juventus hold the edge over Napoli in the Serie A title race after helping the Bianconeri to 2-0 win over Udinese over the weekend.

And they know they could find themselves four points adrift if Juve make the most of their game advantage against Atalanta on Wednesday night.

Argentine forward Paulo Dybala scored both goals for Juve at minutes 20 and 49, while teammate and compatriot Gonzalo Higuain missed a penalty kick in the 38th minute during Sunday's tie, reports Efe.

"It will be hard for us because we have the Quarter-Finals of the Champions League - thankfully - and we hope to get to the Semi-Finals, so we have lots of games".

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Last year, Juventus won the title with 91 points, four clear of AS Roma.

The match started with a poignant tribute to Fiorentina captain Davide Astori following his tragic death.

Fans unveiled banners in his honour and players warmed up in shirts bearing his name and shirt number 13, while the match was halted in the 13th minute for applause.

Sixth-placed AC Milan grabbed a last-gasp 1-0 win at Genoa after Portuguese substitute Andre Silva headed home Suso's stoppage-time cross.

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Amazingly it was a first league goal for Silva in Milan colours, following his €38 million transfer from Porto last June.

When Luiz Felipe impeded Pavoletti in the Lazio box midway through the second half, the video assistant referee was called upon and a penalty was awarded, with Nicolo Barella scoring. In other matches, Atalanta beat Bologna 1-0 on a goal by Marten de Roon at minute 87, reaching 41 points in eighth place.

However, Adrian Stoian doubled Crotone's lead from the rebound and Trotta made it 3-0 with a tap-in not long before the interval.

Newcomers SPAL slipped into the bottom three following a 1-1 draw with fellow strugglers Sassuolo while Dutch midfielder Marten de Roon netted the victor seven minutes from time to give Atalanta a 1-0 victory at Bologna.

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"Then if during the game the penalty taker is to be changed, I'll decide".

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