Cristiano Ronaldo scores first goal for Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo scores first goal for Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo scores first goal for Juventus

After being given an extended break due to his exploits at the World Cup, Juventus fans were able to witness the first glimpse of the 33-year-old in action wearing the famous black and white strip.

Cristiano Ronaldo marked his first game for Juventus with a goal as their first team beat the Italian side's B team in an annual pre-season friendly.

Chants of "Ronaldo, bring us the Champions (League)" filled the air as supporters worked their way through a locked-down mountain town in which 600 police officers were called to a place with a population of just over 4,000 and road blocks stopped anyone entering without a match ticket or proof of residence.

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Juventus started life with Cristiano Ronaldo as they will hope to continue it, as the Portuguese scored early in a 5-0 win over the club's B team in a traditional inter-squad friendly in Villar Perosa on Sunday afternoon.

The Portugal star joined Juve from Real Madrid in July in a €112million deal, ending a nine-year association with Los Blancos after winning three successive Champions League titles.

"It's nice to be here, I'm happy, when I chose to play in Juventus there was not a specific moment", Ronaldo told Juventus TV.

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Goalscorers score goals and nothing has changed for Cristiano Ronaldo, who is off the mark in Italy.

Interest in Juve and in Italian football has spiked following Ronaldo's arrival.

He played a part in the second goal as well, putting Riccardo Capellini under pressure as a low cross came into the box and the Juve youngster put past his own goalkeeper.

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Ronaldo once again stopped and signed more autographs than any of his teammates, while security desperately tried to stop young fans from being crushed in the surge before their leading man left for the team bus, accompanied by wild applause.

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