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Paulo Dybala celebrates his first goal against Sassuolo.
Paulo Dybala's poor game against Barcelona was answered spectacularly against Sassuolo.

One thing we can say about Paulo Dybala is that if he does feel disappointed at his performances -- and he probably should have been mighty dejected after that second half against Barcelona in the Champions League -- he's not somebody who lets it affect him the next time he steps on the pitch.

Dybala was exceptional in Sunday's 3-1 stomping of Sassuolo, scoring a hat trick. Critics may say that it's all well and good, but the fact is he fluffed his last two appearances on the really big stage -- in Cardiff against Real Madrid and last week at the Camp Nou. That may be true, but at this stage of his career, having the confidence to bounce back is often just as important.

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