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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.

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"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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