One of the main novelties in the new Juventus is the axis made up of Dani Alves and Dybala. The Brazilian, given the absence of Pjanic in the first two official matches of the season, played the role of the team’s decentralized playmaker.
He managed to rack up no less than 102 touches during the début against Fiorentina, more than any other player on the pitch for the opening day of Serie A. Besides that, the fact that he is already working in harmony with Dybala is impressive. In the first two matches, the Argentinian received the most passes from the Brazilian and vice versa (33 passes from Dybala to Dani Alves, 37 from Dani Alves to Dybala).