Roma forward Paulo Dybala has returned to Juventus and helped in the equaliser though his new team lost their perfect start to Serie A and it could have been much worse for Jose Mourinho’s side.
Dusan Vlahovic scored after just 76 seconds and Juventus appeared to be in firm control of Saturday’s home match until Tammy Abraham’s 69th-minute leveller.
“After the first half I was embarrassed for my guys, I told them in the dressing room that I was embarrassed to be their coach, I was praying in the first 30 minutes that the first half would end with us only one goal down,” Mourinho said.
The 1-1 draw marked Roma’s first dropped points after opening the season with two wins. Napoli, who play at Fiorentina on Sunday, are the only team left in Serie A with a perfect record.
It was an emotional return for Dybala, who cried at his final home match for Juventus in May.
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