Roma fans did not have to wait too long to celebrate Paulo Dybala's first goals with the Giallorossi, and the player has now entered the league's record books with his midweek performance.
The player led Roma's three-nil win over Monza with a first-half brace, which was followed up by one more goal courtesy of Roger Ibañez. These goals and Roma's form prior to this match has seen them climb to the top spot of the competition, where they have scored six goals while conceding once in four games.
Going back to Dybala's outing, the Argentine footballer was able to celebrate in front of his new team's supporters thanks to two classy finishes, which have also helped him join an elite list of Serie A goalscorers.
100&50 – With the brace against Monza, Paulo Dybala became the 8th player to reach 100 goals and 50 assists in Serie A since Opta started collecting the assists data (2004/05). Milestone.#RomaMonza #SerieATIM pic.twitter.com/CKyMp3qVel— OptaPaolo (@OptaPaolo) August 30, 2022
Have a look at Dybala's first goal with Roma (Image might be geo-restricted).
Paulo Dybala!— CBS Sports Golazo (@CBSSportsGolazo) August 30, 2022
Tammy Abraham finds his strike partner and he scores his first Serie A goal for Roma. pic.twitter.com/g0QAB9jfvP
And just so you are covered, here is Dybala's second strike. (Image might be geo-restricted).
It is a brace for Paulo Dybala!— CBS Sports Golazo (@CBSSportsGolazo) August 30, 2022
With that finish he has his 100th Serie A goal! pic.twitter.com/tzCbdjDjTr
The Giallorossi will now make a trip to face Udinese trying to keep up the good work in the domestic competition.