Cristiano Ronaldo finally got off the mark in the league for Juventus to bring his goalscoring drought to an end.
The 33-year-old had so far failed to find the net after the first three games of the Serie A season, but the Portuguese opened his account as Juventus hosted Sassuolo on Sunday afternoon.
Ronaldo opened the scoring in Turin with his 28th attempt on goal since completing a £99m move from Real Madrid in the summer, pouncing on a defensive mix up to tap in from two yards out.
15 minutes later former Liverpool midfielder Emre Can teed-up Ronaldo to double his league tally for the season.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner broke his duck just days after Juventus manager Max Allegri backed him to find form against Sassuolo.
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