Juventus started the match impressively and had the first chance to score in the 7th minute when Sami Khedira located Dybala with a fine pass, but the Argentine failed to score. Ronaldo doubled his tally shortly after in the Bianconeri's victory on Sunday. @Cristiano won't care that it's probably the easiest goal of his career.
"I expect nothing more, and nothing less than what he did in the first three games".
Ronaldo turned the ball into the net from two metres to give Juventus a 1-0 lead in the 50th minute after a Sassuolo defender headed the ball against his own post and the rebound left the Portugal forward with an empty net.More news: Cold boot attack leaves Apple and Microsoft systems vulnerable to data theft
Cristiano Ronaldo finally got off the mark in the league for Juventus to bring his goalscoring drought to an end.
The five-time Ballon d'Or victor broke his duck just days after Juventus manager Max Allegri backed him to find form against Sassuolo.
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Juventus, seeking a record-extending eighth successive Serie A title, are the only team still with a ideal record.More news: Experts disagree on whether Dallas officer could be credible
Sassuolo scored their only goal of the game in stoppage time, with Douglas Costa sent off for the home side soon after.
This is going to be a huge story in world football.
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