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Sami Khedira scores off lovely Paulo Dybala assist to make it 2-0 over Sampdoria

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Juventus were able to build a 1-0 lead over Sampdoria early in the first half thanks to a well-taken goal by Paul Pogba. But it was their second goal that not only doubled the Juve, but took things up a few notches when it came to style points.

It was the incredibly in-form striker Paulo Dybala who picked the pass, and it was midfielder Sami Khedira with the finish — using the outside of his right foot, no less — to put Juventus up 2-0 over Sampdoria early in the second half. That pass, that finish, that goal in general. Man, it was just a beautiful goal in every kind of way.

You see, this Paulo Dybala guy is good. Juventus should keep ahold of him for a little while longer. I think he's going to turn into something even better. But that's just one man's opinion. Oh, and if you want to know another interesting fact, Khedira didn't cost Juventus a dime this summer when he was signed from Real Madrid.

Just another goal that saw two 2015 summer signings team up to put Juventus well on its way to claiming its ninth straight Serie A win. Just another reason why Juve will have possibly pulled even with Inter on points by the time the final whistle blows.