Paulo Dybala buys new £395,000 Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster to celebrate scoring 100th Juventus goal

PAULO DYBALA has celebrated going from 0 to 100 for Juventus in six years by purchasing a £395,000 Lamborghini that does the same trick in three seconds.

The striker bought his dream car, a yellow Aventador S Roadster, after becoming the first non-European player to net a century for Juve.

Dybala is one Old Lady owner who won't be selling soon – as he is "humbled" to finally buy the vehicle he enjoyed "love at first sight" with.

The 27-year-old was jolly at the wheel as he tried out the elite sportscar after his history-making ton arrived in his 251st game for Juventus.

Last season's Serie A champs are struggling to even qualify for the Champions League this term.

But having been linked with Tottenham and Manchester United as recently as the previous campaign, it's been a landmark season for Dybala himself.

His 100th Juventus goal sealed last Wednesday's 3-1 win at Sassuolo, when strike partner Cristiano Ronaldo also netted.

Now Dybala has splashed on for a Lamborghini he claims he can "perfectly identify" with – as it attracts the same sort of attention he gets.

The 730-horsepower Roadster zooms from standstill to 100kph (62.1mph) in 3 seconds and maxes out at 350kph (217mph).

That's faster than Kylian Mbappe sprinting downhill out of a wind tunnel. Possibly.

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Dybala told the Lamborghini company in an interview: "With the Aventador, it was love at first sight. 

"I waited a few years before buying it, but now it’s very humbling, an honour and a privilege to be able to own one.” 

And he claimed people react to it in the same way they respond to him.

He said: "A Lamborghini has to be yellow. I love how impactful it looks and I can perfectly identify myself with it.


"It’s young and prompts strong emotions, both while simply looking at it and while driving it.”

Argentina have dropped Dybala for two World Cup qualifiers next month.

But the 29-cap star is hoping to rev back to the top – driven on by his OFF-the-pitch dreams coming true.

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