Last night Juventus’s win over the AC Milan side was a controversial one, but the Juventus attacker does not believe in conspiracy theory.


Dybala scored from a spot kick in the 97th minute and won the match for the Juventus side, but there were questions being asked as if Milan fans are claiming that the match officials favoured the Juventus side.

In the stoppage time the Juventu’s wing back Stephan Lichtsteiner's cross hit on the AC Milan defender Mattia De Sciglio’s arm, but though it was unintentionally done by the defender, but the referee gave the spot kick to the Reigning Serie A champions.

That decision tempted many AC Milan players and Jose Sosa the Argentine midfielder was sent off because of his protection about the decision,

But the Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala thinks that in the first half they should have had a penalty.

In an interview to Mediaset he told: "Milan fans have been complaining about Juventus for six years or so,"

"We are used to it. They should try something else rather than always complain about referees.

"I wonder if anyone will mention [Cristian] Zapata's foul on me in the first half that should have been a penalty… You have to honest.

"When something like this happens, we just move on and keep working."

 In the Supercoppa Italiana Dybala missed a spot kick against the AC Mlian goalkeeper but this time he  take the responsibility and won the match for his team.

He voiced: "It was not easy. We all remember the last penalty I shot against [Gianluigi] Donnarumma that he saved,"

"Fortunately I hit it better this time around. I am happy."