Dybala a fitness worry after another injury

MILAN (AP) — For Paulo Dybala, the enjoyment of scoring a penalty temporarily became the anguish of probably lacking the World Cup.

As the Argentina ahead became away to have a good time changing his spot kick for Roma in opposition to Lecce in Serie A on Sunday, he abruptly grimaced, clutched his left thigh, and hobbled as teammates mobbed him.

Dybala limped off the sector and looked as if it would have tears in his eyes as he sat at the bench, the approaching World Cup most likely in his ideas.

“I’ll say it’s not looking good, rather than say it’s looking bad,” Roma trainer José Mourinho stated instantly after his group’s 2-1 win. “Unfortunately, it’s probably looking closer to bad than it is to not good.”

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