Dybala warns against complacency after Lazio loss

Paulo Dybala warned Juventus that a seventh consecutive Serie A title was far from particular immediately after Sunday’s 3-2 Supercoppa Italiana defeat against Lazio.
It appeared as though Massimiliano Allegri’s males had rescued themselves from defeat courtesy of Dybala’s late double at the Stadio Olimpico, but substitute Alessandro Murgia sealed a dramatic triumph for the capital club.
Dybala echoed the sentiments of his coach in conceding that the greater group had won and he hopes it’s going to avoid Juve from getting complacent when their league campaign begins against Cagliari on Saturday.
“We ought to overlook what we did final year,” he mentioned. “It will not be quick this season. Our rivals are waiting for us, but we know we’re a very good side. In other words, it really is all down to us.”
On the weekend loss, he added: “Quite simply, Lazio deserved it.
“There’s no point dwelling on the build-up to their winner – that purpose summed up a match that we didn’t do adequate to win.
“Of course, had we got to further time we would have had a very good possibility of winning because they had been tired, however it went the way it did.
“I would like to win and so do Juventus, so I can not be delighted. That will be egotistical – it would not be proper, not for my team-mates and not for our fans.
“All I can say is that I’ll work hard to maintain improving and to make positive we win, which is what counts.
“I’m delighted to be at Juve and to possess the quantity ten shirt. I’m nevertheless young and I want to maintain developing right here.”