Dybala & Iturbe take to the streets to help the homeless in Turin

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The Argentine duo put aside their club rivalries in order to bring some joy to the needy, supplying them with blankets and hot food to battle the cold


Juventus star Paulo Dybala and new Torino signing Juan Iturbe joined forces on Friday night to help the city's homeless.

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Rivals on either side of Derby della Mole, the two were on the same team this time as they distributed blankets, hot food and hugs in the freezing temperatures of winter.

The Argentine duo are the latest endorsers of businessman Luca La Mesa's initiative, with the Rome citizen starting the movement on social media when he pictured himself buying 50 blankets from Ikea and donating them to the Red Cross.

Dybala and Iturbe were aiding volunteers from the Community of Sant'Egidio in Turin, the organisation having aided the homeless for 10 years now.

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