Jose Mourinho Calls Paulo Dybala "A Special Guy" Followin The Win Over Fiorentina



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Jose Mourinho Calls Paulo Dybala "A Special Guy" Followin The Win Over Fiorentina

Last night, Roma recorded a very important victory against Fiorentina, and the hero was Argentinian international Pulo Dybala with two goals. With one more on the field, the home team opened the scoring in the 40th minute after Tammy Abraham adjusted his chest for Dybala to amend a 'no-jump' to the back of the net.

Already in the final stage, Roma knew how to manage the numerical advantage and put the final minutes to the match in the 37th minute again with the double Tammy Abraham and Dybala. The English striker received in-depth and touched the ball in the small area for the Argentine midfielder to score his second goal of the match.

Dybala is Roma's top scorer this season, with 10 goals scored. In the middle of the week, he came off the bench to score the goal for Mourinho's team to qualify against Genoa in the Coppa Italia. “Dybala? Let me say that he asked me to come back on January 1st and I told him I doubted we would win against Bologna without him, and that I wanted him back on December 29th.

He called me back on the 27th to tell me he was leaving again and coming back to training on the 28th. This is Paulo, a special guy.," Mourinho said.

Paulo Dybala compared Massimiliano Allegri and Jose Mourinho

The Argentine said, to Sky, as quoted by TuttoJuve, “On a personal level they are very similar, two very good people, they help the players a lot, they take responsibility.

I worked a lot more with Allegri, with Mou only six months. Both have won a lot. They take care of both the defensive phase but also the offensive one. Allegri has helped me a lot to grow, and Mourinho is helping me to improve every day”.

Roma will be back on the pitch at Calcio only next Sunday (22nd), at 2 pm (Brasília time), against Spezia, at the Alberto Picco Stadium. Fiorentina, in turn, dropped to 10th place, with 23 points, and missed the chance to jump to eighth place in the Italian Championship.

Fiorentina's next match is on Saturday (21), at 4:45 pm (Brasília time), at the Artemio Franchi Stadium, in Florence.