Sunday's goals project to be the first two of many scores for Ronaldo in a Juventus uniform.
"This is football. The important thing is that the team wins".
The 33-year-old went three games without scoring for the Turin-based side before the game but he was on hand to score an easy tap-in five minutes into the second half, before scoring a second. "I'm happy. I'm working hard and my teammates are really helping me adapt to this league". "I hope we get a bit of luck".
Bolstered by five-time victor Ronaldo, Juventus begin their quest for the Champions League title which has eluded them in two decades in Valencia next Wednesday.
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They said they returned the following day when it was warmer to see the cathedral. "One goes, the other waits", Boshirov said. On Wednesday Russian president Vladimir Putin said "there is nothing criminal about them" and called them "civilians".
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During their time at the courthouse, Justin was reportedly crying and telling Hailey: "I can't wait to marry you, baby". Baldwin and Bieber first met backstage at The Today Show in 2009. "He needs to get out of the L.A., NYC scene".
Although it would appear that Costa could be facing a lengthy ban, few are convinced such an outcome is likely.
Costa was lucky to only be shown a yellow card at first but he received a straight red moments later after video review showed he had also spat at Di Francesco.
Juventus, seeking a record-extending eighth successive Serie A title, are the only team still with a flawless record. It was Sassuolo's first defeat of the season.
AS Roma warmed up for their visit to Real Madrid on Wednesday by squandering a 2-0 lead and drawing 2-2 at home to lowly Chievo.
The football world was quick to laud Ronaldo on getting off the mark, former England global turned presenter was unsurprisingly one of the first Gary Lineker labelling the 33-year-old as a "Prolific, prodigious professional" on his ever active Twitter account.
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