Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has said that his club will go all out to win the Champions League this season. The Argentinian netted a two-minute brace as Bianconeri came back from 1-0 to beat Lokomotiv Moscow this week.
The win has seen Juventus maintain their 100% start to the season in all competitions as they shared the first place in Group D with Atletico Madrid.
The Old Lady are trying to win the Champions League which has eluded them since they won it last in 1996.
“We are a team with great experience and we are eager to go all the way in this competition,” Dybala said.
“I think we have enough quality to do more than we did in recent years.”
“I’m very happy, I really needed two goals like this. It was a difficult game but you could really see the level of experience of our team. We always remained calm until we finally scored.”
“Now we won and you all say that we can play together. But if we were losing, the opinions would have been completely different,” Dybala said.
“I just say that we need to keep working hard as we are doing. The coach has his own ideas and we fully trust him.”
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