Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala's partnership at Juventus is gradually leaping to new heights as the pair combined to produce a goal once again with a Serie A clash with Frosinone on Friday.
The latter, whose future with the Bianconeri has come under scrutiny in recent time, sent the Serie A leaders to a flying start with a stunning effort inside the first six minutes. Armed with the ball from about 30 yards following a pass from Cristiano Ronaldo, the Argentine forward smashed a shot into the top right corner.
And how best to celebrate than to replicate his new attacking partner's "Siii-mask" - a combination of both players' trademark goal celebrations. Watch (geo-restriction may apply):
Interestingly, Dybala's strike was his first since November last year and his third in the league this season. On the other hand, Cristiano Ronaldo – who tops the goalscoring chart with 18 goals – took his assists tally to eight in 23 Serie A starts.
The Portuguese superstar has now produced three assists and four goals in his last three league outings. Both Dybala and Ronaldo are expected to feature in the attack for Juventus when the Serie A outfit travels to take on Atletico Madrid at the Wanda Metropolis in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 clash on Tuesday.
In a later development, center back Leonardo Bonucci scored his first goal of the season to ensure that his side entered the half time break with a two-goal lead.