Juventus vs. Young Boys final score, recap: Dybala scores hat trick, Juve wins without Ronaldo
The Italian giants weren't tested much in this one
No Cristiano Ronaldo, no problem for Juventus. With its new star suspended due to his red card against Valencia, Juventus, as expected, made it two wins from two in the Champions League group stage by defeating Swiss club Young Boys in Italy on Tuesday, 3-0. Paulo Dybala stepped up and scored a hat trick for the hosts, which now has six points in Group H and is now a step closer to the round of 16.
Dybala scored two of his goals in the first half and could have had more, hitting the post once.
The winner from Dybala came just five minutes in with this ridiculous finish off a long ball over the top:
Then he made it 2-0 33 minutes in, putting home a rebound from Blaise Matuidi:
Then in the second half, he made it 3-0 to cement the victory:
The result was never really in doubt as the Italian side dominated from the opening whistle. Juve had over 60 percent possession and allowed just one shot on frame.
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