MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 23: Paulo Dybala of Juventus celebrates after scoring his team's first goal during the Group H match of the UEFA Champions League between Manchester United and Juventus at Old Trafford on October 23, 2018 in Manchester, United Kingdom. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri, was thrilled about Paulo Dybala’s performance after the victory against Manchester United at Old Trafford.

After Juventus’ victory against Manchester United at Old Trafford, we can now quietly confirm that Paulo Dybala was the best player on the pitch and even Massimiliano Allegri confirmed it.

The Argentine player struggled to get more involved in the team’s dynamic during the start of the season, but last Tuesday, Paulo proved that he is one of the very few players who can make a great companion for Cristiano Ronaldo and that Juventus is one of the top title contenders this season without question.

Dybala scored the only goal of the match and left the Red Devils against the ropes, something that very few squads have been able to accomplish in recent memory.

Manager Massimiliano Allegri gave his verdict about the match, but he was especially happy with Paulo’s performance.

“I thought that he [Dybala] put in a great performance, I have to say,” Allegri told a press conference via Four Four Two.

“He was playing well beforehand in previous games. He didn’t play on Saturday [against Genoa] because he picked up a bit of a knock to his knee on international duty.”

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“So he didn’t play, came back and did ever so well I thought.”

“I thought it was a period of the game when we needed to have fresh legs. We needed to stretch the opposition, stretch the game out,” he added about Dybala’s substitution.

“I took him off first and then I took off [Juan] Cuadrado and then I took off [Joao] Cancelo and I think the substitutions, all three came on and did a very good job.”