This one stay hit. Juventus are making Serie A look like a piece of piss once again this season, going into tonight's games against Frosinone with an 11-point cushion over second place Napoli. The title is all but secured already, and Juve extended their lead with a convincing victory this evening.
They would run out convincing 3-0 winners, dominating the visitors, who managed only a solitary shot on target in the 90 minutes. While Leonardo Bonucci and Cristiano Ronaldo got their names on the scoresheet, the opener from Paulo Dybala was definitely the pick of the bunch.
He got on the ball around 25 yards from the opposition goal, before unleashing an absolute wonder strike to give his side the lead after only six minutes. Look at this for a ping:
Boom. There is nothing quite like a strike that is still rising when it hits the back of the net, just as this one was.
While summer signing Cristiano Ronaldo has grabbed most of the headlines this season, Dybala is quietly enjoying a strong campaign. He has notched eight goals and four assists in all competitions, numbers he will be looking to add to in the coming months.
For Juventus, this was business as usual. They are now undefeated in their 24 league games, dropping only six points all season. With the league title already all but assured, their focus will now turn to the Champions League campaign.
The Turin club have not won the competition since 1996, losing five finals in the intervening years. Their domestic dominance has yet to be complimented by continental success, and Massimiliano Allegri's job may depend on them doing just that this season.
They will face a dangerous Atletico Madrid side in the last 16, with Diego Someone no doubt revelling in the opportunity to produce yet another giant killing in European competition.