Jose Mourinho was one of the several people simply in awe of Paulo Dybala continued heroics in last night’s win over Fiorentina.
The Portuguese technician was asked about Tammy Abraham and Paulo Dybala’s connection on the pitch as the two seem to find ways to look for each other when leading Roma’s attack.
“I think it’s very clear that quality players, like Abraham and Dybala, have a natural empathy toward each other. They’re connected,” Mourinho told reporters in his post-match press conference.
“They’re both quality players. That’s what they have in common. Paulo plays differently when I ask him to sit back deeper, like tonight and he still was very good.”
“With Paulo it’s different. Sometimes players pass the ball and the ball seems to be square. With Paulo, the ball is always round and smooth. He’s just too good.”