Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo scores goal vs. U20s in first appearance

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"It's nice to be here, I'm happy, when I chose to play in Juventus there was not a specific moment", Ronaldo told Juventus TV.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored a goal in his first Juventus appearance as the first team defeated the B team, their under-20 squad, 5-0 in the club's annual friendly at the Agnelli family estate in rural Villar Perosa.

Controlling a long pass from Federico Bernardeschi, Ronaldo calmly looked around him to make sure he had time to take a touch, before slamming the ball into the top corner.

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The five-time Ballon d'Or victor played a role in the second goal as his pressure saw Riccardo Capellini knock the ball into his own net.

Ronaldo started the match and marked the occasion with a goal before an own goal and a quick fire brace from Paulo Dybala gave Juventus a commandable lead heading into the break. One said "Welcome Ronaldo" and another had his face on it and simply read CR7, in reference to the jersey number Ronaldo made famous as a Real Madrid player. Ronaldo was mobbed as fans attempted to grab a selfie with him.

The 33-year-old will pocket £106,180,616 over four years, £26,545,154 a year and £510,483 a week at Juventus, which equates to £2,212,096 per month.

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He moved from Manchester United to Madrid in 2009, and became the Spanish club's all-time leading scorer with 451 goals in 438 matches.

Juventus kick off their Serie A title defence at Chievo next Saturday and all eyes will be on Cristiano Ronaldo to see if he can replicate his incredible La Liga goalscoring form in Serie A. Spoiler, he probably can.

The storied Italian club hopes signing Ronaldo will help it add to the European Cups it won in 1985 and '96.

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