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Pretty pairs from Pogba and Pazzini
by Samuel Charles, January 21st, 2013 11:53PM
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[VIDEO PICK: Golazos] Paul Pogba's two wonderful strikes for Juventus and Giampaolo Pazzini's incredible second goal for AC Milan all came in Serie A victories.

The 4-0 win by Juventus over Udinese on Saturday extended its lead to 5 points in Serie A as Napoli and Lazio, the two teams in second, both tied this weekend. While Sunday’s 2-1 win over Bologna has AC Milan in sixth place after it’s dreadful start.

Pogba did just fine filling in for injured Andrea Pirlo and Claudio Marchisio. The 19-year-old Frenchman scored the first two for Juve, the opening goal was a swerving blast that flew in off the bar, while his second included a nice turn and perfect placement and both goals came from distance.

This former Manchester United youth product is definitely one to watch …



Pazzini also scored twice, and his second was special. He receives an entry pass from Kevin-Prince Boateng with some mustard on it. The striker settled it with one touch, chipped his marker with a second touch, and volleyed home a classic goal with his third.

Easy as one, two, three …



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