Cristiano Ronaldo Scores First Goal For Juventus In A Friendly Match

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Cristiano Ronaldo has scored his first Juventus goal, just eight minutes into his debut. Ronaldo – an £88million arrival from Real Madrid – was the star attraction in Juventus’ annual intra-squad friendly between Juventus A and Juventus B at Villar Perosa.

The Portugal superstar latched onto Federico Bernadeschi’s long ball and, unmarked, had time to compose himself and fire past the opposition goalkeeper to open the scoring.

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Former Premier League stars Wojciech Szczesny, Juan Cuadrado and Emre Can, who joined this summer from Liverpool, started alongside Ronaldo.

The A team went onto reach 5-0, with Ronaldo forcing an own goal and further strikes from Paulo Dybala and Claudio Marchisio before the game was abandoned after fans invaded the pitch.

A video after the game ended showed Ronaldo stopping to sign a load of autographs for starstruck fans.

The match between Juventus A and Juventus B has been held since 1955 at the Agnelli’s family’s estate 40km outside Turin.

Remarkably, the first match was won by the ‘B’ team, 3-2.

Last year’s match remained 0-0 when, after just 50 minutes, fans stormed the pitch as per the tradition, with the match abandoned.

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