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Video: Ronaldo Scores His First Two Goals in Serie A for Juventus

Video: Ronaldo Scores His First Two Goals in Serie A for Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo finally opened his Serie A account for new club Juventus this afternoon – but it certainly won’t go down as the Portuguese superstar’s most beautiful goal.

When Ronaldo’s shock move to Turin from Real Madrid went through in August, plenty of Juve supporters were expecting their new signing to keep up his incredible ratio of around a goal every 90 minutes, but his first three matches in Italy haven’t exactly gone to plan.

Ronnie drew a blank against Chievo, Parma and Lazio, but surely he would find the net against Sassuolo this afternoon, right?

Well, with Juve struggling to find their rhythm, the 33-year-old popped up to break his duck – even if he did benefit from more than a touch of good fortune:

And it wasn’t long before he bagged a crucial second:

Is this just the first of many for Ronaldo in a black and white jersey? How do you think he, and Juventus, will fare this season?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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