Paulo Dybala uncovers the motivation behind his famous ‘Dybala cover’ festivity
Alan Shearer had his one arm salute, Frank Lampard indicated the sky, Robbie Keane cart-wheeled and Raul kissed his wedding ring.
Goalscorers having trademark celebrations isn’t anything new, but concocting something that hasn’t been seen before is progressively troublesome in the current innovative age
A standout amongst the most famous present day is that of Paulo Dybala,the Juventus and Argentina forward who puts a hand over the lower half of his face, pointer indicating off his right, thumb going to one side.
But where did it come from?Also, what’s it about?
« The celebration was born after a match against Milan in the Super Cup , » said Dybala.
« I missed a punishment and was extremely upset afterwards [Dybala’s effort, saved by Gianluigi Donnarumma, given Milan a shootout success].
« I went on vacation and was watching Gladiator on TV and that’s when I decided that, my next goal, to celebrate as a Gladiator.
« So I praised like it – and am presently as yet commending like it. »
Dybala and Juventus are looking for yet another Serie A title this term, with the Bianconeri having won the last seven class titles in progression.
« We [Juventus] know how he plays and how he functions, » said Dybala.
« Obviously, you need to roll out little improvements, but we are happy and we are going to score a lot of goals together. »