Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri admitted that Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala returned with flare post-lockdown, but he insisted that more will come.
“It’s evident we can play a lot better and have ample margin for improvement,” Sarri said at a pre-matchon Wednesday when asked about Ronaldo and Dybala.
Although their relationship has inspired Sarri up top, he believes that there’s much more to come from the pair.
According to Sarri, Ronaldo and Dybala will still work towards strengthening their “incredible” relationship:
“I don’t see this difficulty in having top-level players like Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala sharing the field, as they have already scored 51 goals between them in two seasons.”
The attacking pair had been directly involved in a combined 17 goals in the 10 Juve matches since the restart of June, with Ronaldo on the left and Dybala through the centre.
Ronaldo joined up with Dybala for Juve’s second goal in Monday’s 2-1 win over Lazio, having opened the penalty spot scoring earlier to become the first goalscoring player in the Premier League, LaLiga and Serie A 50 times.