Paulo Dybala sums it all up for Juventus... pic.twitter.com/808AGVNBpG— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) September 12, 2017
"Messi made the difference and [Paulo] Dybala did not. He had three shots on goal, scored twice and also hit the post once. He's unstoppable when he has space.
"What this result does is make us understand that if you play in the Champions League against teams of that level and don't keep your concentration then you pay for it," he added. "
Dybala has shown his quality already for Juventus this season, notching seven goals in four appearances across all domestic competitions.
Although the Argentine international struggled to influence the game on Tueday night, Dybala looks set to take over Messi's throne over the next few years.