Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo relieved to score first goals since move

Douglas Costa issues apology for vile spitting incident against Sassuolo

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A swift counter attack was finished by Ronaldo, who placed a left-footed finish into the far corner to double the lead.

Cristiano Ronaldo finally opened his account for Juventus, scoring his first competitive goal since sealing a move from Real Madrid over the summer.

Cristiano Ronaldo has ended a 320-minute wait for his first Juventus goal by netting against Sassuolo on Sunday, Goal reports.

"I also apologize to my teammates, who are always with me in lovely and bad moments". "I had a little anxiety [over the first goal], but this is football and the most important thing is winning".

Next up for Juventus and Ronaldo is a trip to Valencia on Wednesday as the Champions League kicks off this week.

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Not usually prone to bouts of self-doubt, Ronaldo said waiting for a goal had been playing on his mind.

Douglas Costa had seemingly elbowed Sassuolo's Federico Di Francesco in the buildup to that goal and, as the pair continued to argue, the Juventus midfielder appeared to head butt his opponent. Bale said. "I want to know who is on the panel because they want to be sacked". "I suppose there is more of a team, more working as one unit rather than one player".

Ronaldo has won five Champions Leagues to date, and proved instrumental in steering Real to a third consecutive European title last season.

"I'm still adapting to the Italian league".

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.

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Stephan El Shaarawy and Bryan Cristante put Roma, who lost to AC Milan before the global break, firmly in command at half-time.

Juve's 2-1 victory at the Allianz Stadium ensured that the club maintained their 100% start to the new Serie A campaign, as they bid for their 8th successive Scudetto.

Valter Birsa pulled a goal back in the 52nd minute, with Polish striker Mariusz Stepinski sealing a point for the club from Verona seven minutes from time.

Torino was furious when it had an early goal incorrectly disallowed during Sunday's 1-1 draw at Udinese.

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