Cristiano Ronaldo scores first goals for Juventus since move from Real Madrid


Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says Costa now faces a hefty fine.

Cristiano Ronaldo on Sunday finally broke his duck for Juventus as the Portuguese forward scored the opening goal in the 2-1 win over Sassuolo for the Italian champions to maintain their flawless start to the season. "This wound up the opposition, who then reacted badly and you get to situations like Douglas Costa".

The Brazilian escaped with a booking for elbowing and then head-butting his rival as they tangled before the Sassuolo goal but was then sent off after video cameras caught him spitting at the same player in another altercation.

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"The one thing we must avoid doing is falling for provocation". The game was winding down, we had it in the bag and, instead, we stopped playing as a team, everyone wanted to dribble a bit.

"I want to apologise to all the Juventus fans for this over the top reaction I had during today's game. We have suffered a goal, a red card and a suspension which will be long".

The winger could be slapped with a three-match ban that would include Juventus' clash with Serie A title rivals Napoli on September 29.

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The Portuguese star Ronaldo scored 451 goals in 438 games with Real Madrid, including a record 120 in Champions League play.

"He came very close in his first three games", Allegri said at a news conference.

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