Current World best player, Cristiano Ronaldo has scored his first goal for Juventus in his first appearance in the Bianconeri shirt after less than 10 minutes on the pitch.
The Italian giant paid a whopping £99.2m to sign Real Madrid’s all-time record goalscorer – with Ronaldo leaving the Bernabeu with a barely believable record of 450 goals in 438 games.
After enjoying an extended leave after the 2018 World Cup coupled with his move from Real Madrid, the Portugal striker was finally introduced to fans in Sunday’s friendly against the club’s Primavera side.
The match is a traditional curtain-raiser in Turin, and gives potential first teamers the chance to test themselves against Juve’s young hopefuls.
Ronaldo latched on to a long ball from Federico Bernardeschi before composing himself and slotting the ball home. He played a part in the second goal as well, putting Riccardo Capellini under pressure as a low cross came into the box and the Juve youngster put past his own goalkeeper.
A Paulo Dybala double had the first team cruising before Claudio Marchissio added a fifth.
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