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Dybala's hat trick helps Juventus beat Young Boys 3-0

06 October 2018, 10:13 | Charlene Valdez

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"Obviously, I want to play....(but) being left out has made me work harder and concentrate more".

"I wanted a match like this", Dybala said, with a huge smile on his face and clutching the match ball.

"I am happy for him, he is improving and playing with greater consistency, but everyone played well this evening and showed maturity against an organised Young Boys side".

"Last year I scored many goals at the start and then slowed down, it was nearly the opposite", he said.

Los Blancos have won the competition in the last three seasons, but stumbled out in Russian Federation on match day two on Tuesday, losing 1-0 to CSKA Moscow.

It was a second successive 3-0 defeat for Young Boys, which lost by the same score to Manchester United.

However, Von Ballmoos was punished for a similar mistake in the 33rd when he pushed away Blaise Matuidi's fierce shot and Dybala was on hand to tuck the rebound into the bottom left corner.

And according to a report in El Mundo, three clubs made an approach for Real's top scorer before Juventus eventually got their man.

Max Allegri warns Juventus aren't at "optimal" level yet despite a flawless record and had tactical advice for Paulo Dybala and Federico Bernardeschi.

Dybala hit the inside of the post after the restart and although Young Boys then enjoyed another good spell, they were caught out again in the 69th minute.

With the game in the bag, Juve coach Massimiliano Allegri stuck to his game plan, bringing on Germany's Sami Khedira for the last 20 minutes to help him back to fitness after injury, while 18-year-old forward Moise Kean also came off the bench. The 32-year-old playmaker nicked the ball from a defender before slotting home to give City a 2-1 win.

"Dybala had a great game". Ronaldo headed towards goal after a corner with centre-back Leonardo Bonucci sliding in the third on 76 minutes.

Lawyers representing Kathryn Mayorga, the woman who has filed a civil case against the former Manchester United winger, will hold a media conference in Las Vegas late on Wednesday night to go into detail about the allegation.

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