Juventus star, Paulo Dybala has revealed that both Cristiano Ronaldo and him are challenging each other to become the first to reach 100 goals for the Bianconeri as the duo are known for their competitive instincts on the pitch.
Dybala requires one more goal to reach the mark, while Ronaldo will need three strikes to reach the target, though it should be noted that the Portugese superstar has been at the club for a way shorter time than his Argentinian team-mate.
"Ronaldo and I are challenging each other to reach 100 goals with Juventus. I need only one, while he still needs three. He always wants to win, even in training, and if he loses he becomes difficult to deal with for a few minutes," Dybala told Ibai on Twitch.
The 27-year-old has faced a number of injury setbacks this season, while he has also seen his future at the club come under increased speculation considering that his current deal with the club expires in the summer of 2022, with no extension agreed upon as of now.
Dybala who moved to Turin from Palermo in 2015, has so far netted 99 goals in 248 appearances in all competitions and has been an integral part of the teams that has helped the Bianconeri win five league titles and three Coppa Italia honours.