Young Boys bravely went forward but looked vulnerable every time Juventus attacked and Dybala missed a chance to extend their lead by shooting weakly at von Ballmoos.
Bernardeschi's snapshot was only pushed away by David von Ballmoos, then Bernardeschi ran on to a long ball and rolled it across for Dybala, only for La Joya to scuff the finish straight at the goalkeeper.More news: Dairy farmer in Kingston region upset with new USMCA deal
"I'm happy for him (Dybala), he's on an upwards curve and playing more regularly but the others have also played well, above with maturity and calm against a well-organised team", said Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri. 28 minutes later, he picked up a rebound from a shot of Frenchman Blaise Matuidi and scored his and his team's second goal of the match. Eventually Alex Sandro crossed to the back post, where Cuadrado knocked it straight back into the middle for Dybala to come sliding in for his hat-trick.
"We, the players, can not do anything about that".
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Young Boys travelled to Turin knowing they faced a tall order, particularly after they were easily outclassed by Manchester United on home soil in their opener.
"Obviously, a player always wants to play".
"Last year I scored many goals at the start and then slowed down, it was nearly the opposite", he said.More news: Theresa May Beats Back Her Critics Over Brexit
Young Boys' evening was made even worse in the 78th when defender Mohamed Ali Camara was sent off following two bookings in quick succession.