Sevilla added another Europa League trophy to their collection after beating Roma 4-1 on penalties in a thrilling final in Budapest.
The Spanish side trailed 1-0 at half-time after Dybala scored an amazing goal, but came on level in the second half after Gianluca Mancini scored an own goal.
The game went to extra time and then penalties, where Sevilla showed their nerve and experience to convert all four of their spot-kicks.
Roma missed their first penalty when Lorenzo Pellegrini hit the post, and their fate was sealed when Gonzalo Montiel scored the decisive kick for Sevilla.
Montiel had initially missed his penalty but was given a second chance after Roma goalkeeper Rui Patricio was adjudged to have moved off his line.
The victory means Sevilla have won the Europa League a record seven times, while Roma boss Jose Mourinho suffered his first defeat in a European final.
Mourinho threw his runners-up medal into the crowd before leaving the pitch, as Sevilla celebrated their remarkable achievement.