Juventus' Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after he scored his first goal since he joined Juventus during the Italian Serie A football match Juventus vs Sassuolo on September 16, 2018 at the Juventus stadium in Turin.
Allegri suggested Ronaldo snatched at a number of chances earlier in the game, but said the Portugal superstar's first goal for the club following his transfer from Real Madrid settled his nerves.
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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Senegalese striker Khouma Babacar headed in a late goal for Sassuolo who fell to their first defeat of the season.
The pressure will be on Ronnie once again this season as over the last six seasons, he topped the goal-scoring charts in the Champions League and everyone will be expecting him to repeat the same feat for the seventh time.
Ronaldo is the joint-highest rated player on the game with Lionel Messi on 94 but Moberg joked about the fact that Ronaldo's physicality rating is lower than his.
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"Every time he is left out of the team, it makes me want to cry", said Zamparini, who is proud of the role the Sicilian club played in developing Dybala after he arrived from Argentina. I made a frightful mistake, I'm aware of that and I wanted to say sorry to everyone for it. "I'd like to emphasise that this isolated incident does not correspond with what I have always shown throughout my career".
Referee Daniele CFF, who first gave the Juventus yellow card for this episode, heard from deoesnt about what happened. "But he has been working well and I think that tomorrow he will score against Sassuolo". "I'm happy for him".
"Football has a way of evening things out and that was the story of the first goal, with the ball bouncing off the post and sitting up for him. We can't do any of that in Madrid", he added ahead of their midweek trip to Champions League holders Real Madrid.
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