The Portuguese star let go a fabulous finish to give his side the lead against Manchester United
It took until this point of his third Champions League match with the club, yet Cristiano Ronaldo’s first European goal for Juventus merited the wait.
Tied with Manchester United in the second 50% of Wednesday’s Champions League coordinate, Ronaldo scored a dazzling volley to give Juve a 1-0 lead in Turin.
The Portuguese was played in by Leonardo Bonucci, and Ronaldo struck the ball first-time while leaving David de Gea with no way as Juventus flooded in front after a lukewarm first half.
Ronaldo was playing in his third Champion League game for the club after beforehand showing up against Valencia in Spain and against Manchester United in an arrival to Old Trafford.
He was suspended for Juve’s seocnd game, a prevail upon Young Boys, subsequent to being sent off in his European presentation for the club for snatching Valencia safeguard Jeison Murillo.
Ronaldo additionally helped what was beforehand a poor goalscoring record against compatriot Jose Mourinho, as Wednesday’s goal was only his second in 15 appearances against his previous administrator.