Four small minutes to erase three long months. The last time Paulo Dybala started a match against Lecce on 9 October was a long one. And so little, four small minutes, it was enough for Joya to leave the mark immediately, on her return from the start at the Olimpico.
“It was important to start the year with a victory. Daje Roma”, the Instagram post with which Dybala celebrated the return to the Olimpico and the three points of the Giallorossi. Yesterday’s match on the field was not one of those crazy ones, to skin your hands: and it could not even be, considering the few training sessions after 10 days of vacation and the revels for the World Cup, but it still managed to make a difference .
And not only for the rigor provided that then proved decisive. And as is normal, in the end he gave in to the cramps, even if someone trembled when he saw him touching on the bench the upper left thigh (immediately treated by the medical staff of Roma). And instead those were simply the aftereffects of a blow taken shortly before, no concrete alarm.
In San Siro on Sunday Dybala will be there and will try to lead Roma to a victory that could really change their current and future prospects. And then it’s easy that Sunday in Milan you can see a Dybala even more shiny and dynamic, that has disposed of a bit of fatigue on the legs and has regained more athletic brilliance.