Cristiano Ronaldo scores on Juventus debut, but his side falls 3-2  08/12/2018 17:10:00 

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner didn’t waste much time getting into the good graces of his new supporters, as he found the net just eight minutes into his Juventus debut in a 3-2 friendly defeat by Juventus B.

Ronaldo donned the famous black and white striped kit for the first time since his big-money move from European champions Real Madrid after the 2018 World Cup. The Portuguese latched on to a ball over the top of the defense, controlled it with one touch before sending it past the goalkeeper.

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The friendly game between Juventus A and Juventus B has been a tradition since 1955 and takes place annually at the Agnelli family estate 25 miles outside of Turin. Emre Can, a summer signing from Liverpool, also appeared in the match which, remarkably, was won by the B team 3-2.

Ronaldo is expected to make his competitive debut for Juventus away at Chievo Verona on Saturday August 18.

8' - RONALDOOOOOOOO! Subito @Cristiano! Ci mette un nulla a segnare il suo primo gol con la Juve! 😍😍😍

— JuventusFC (@juventusfc) August 12, 2018
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