Cristiano Ronaldo signs his first goal in Serie A against Sassuolo

Cristiano Ronaldo signs his first goal in Serie A against Sassuolo

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The Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated his first official goal with Juventus on Sunday, marking the target of the momentary 1-0 in the match against Sassuolo, corresponding to the fourth day of Serie A (First Division).

After not seeing the door in the previous three days and receive the first criticism for his performance by the Italian press, Cristiano premiered his scoring account in Italy in the 50th minute, when pushing the ball between the meshes after a rebound in the small area .

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The Portuguese, for which the Juventus paid 112 million euros this summer to Real Madrid, celebrated with his classic cry "Siuuu" to unleash the euphoria of the fans of an Allianz Stadium Turin (north) completely full.

The goal came after a wait of 320 minutes and in the same goal in which last season scored a goal of Chile with Real Madrid's shirt in the quarterfinals of the Champions League.

Interestingly, Ronaldo also scored last year in his fourth league game, on a visit to Getafe corresponding to the eighth round of the Spanish League. The Luso had missed the first four dates because of a penalty received in the Spanish Super Cup against Barcelona.

Cristiano's goal gave Juventus an advantage in the clash against Sassuolo, the last one before traveling to Spain to face Valencia in the Mestalla stadium on the first day of the Champions League.

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