Paul Dybala taunts Koeman as he tells referee to send off Lenglet
- Paulo Dybala was spotted making mockery of Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman during their Champions League game
- An incident occurred on the pitch which saw the Argentine and his teammates on the bench telling the referee to send off Lenglet
- Cristiano Ronaldo's brace and a goal from Weston McKennie earned the Bianconeri a priceless 3-0 win
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Paulo Dybala was involved in an off-the-pitch incident with Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman while Juventus were leading by 2-0.
Clement Lenglet handled the ball inside the penalty area as Juve stars on the bench including Dybala wanted the French defender to be sent off by the referee.
A penalty was awarded as Cristiano Ronaldo converted his second spot-kick in the match and put the Biaconeri in a 3-0 unassailable lead.
And Koeman did not react kindly as a video clip showed the Dutch manager approaching Juventus subs benched reacting angrily.
The former Everton and Southampton boss was then stopped by some of Juventus coaching staff as Dybala and his teammates were seen laughing at him.
The 57-year-old eventually turned back and focused on the game as his side went on to suffer an embarrassing 3-0 defeat.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has insisted that he and Lionel Messi are not rivals following Juventus Champions League over Barcelona at the Camp Nou.
The Portuguese superstar scored two penalties in each half of the game as Weston McKennie added to the margin to hand the Bianconeri a famous 3-0 win.
And it was the first time CR7 would score against Barcelona in the Champions League in his sixth meeting with the club.
Legit.ng also reported that Cristiano Ronaldo was outstanding on his return to the Camp Nou after scoring twice in Juventus' 3-0 win over Barcelona.
Weston McKennie was also on the scores sheet as the Old Lady avenged their 2-0 defeat in the reverse fixture in October.
The victory propelled them to the summit of the Group G table with 15 points - the same as the Catalans but with better goals difference.
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