Ronaldo saves Juventus from defeat, scored first goal after four matches

Veteran striker Cristiano Ronaldo saved his team from defeat against Sasuolo in Serie-A, scoring the first goal for Juventus since October. In the Italian Football League, Juventus were forced to play a 2–2 draw from Sasuolo on Sunday. This is only the third time this season when Italian champions Juventus lost points.

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Leonardo Bonucci (20th minute) in Turin gave Juventus an early lead with a goal but three minutes after his goal, Jeremy Boga scored and scored on Sasuolo. Since then Francisco Caputo (47th minute) took advantage of Juventus' defense and goalkeeper Bufone's mistake to take Sasuolo to the lead at the start of the second half.

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However, Cristiano Ronaldo (68th minute) scored on a penalty kick to equalize Juventus and the score remained intact. With this, Ronaldo ended his drought from the last four matches. During this match, Ronaldo's free-kick saved 18-year-old goalkeeper Stefano Turati of Sasuolo. With this, Sasuolo's order of defeat against Juventus was broken for the last seven matches.

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Significantly, Cristiano Ronaldo recently left the middle of a match. The player who came in his place saved the match by performing brilliantly for the team, but seeing the performance of Ronaldo in this match, it seemed that he has returned to his form. On the other hand, Lautaro Martinez's two goals helped Inter Milan beat SPAL 2–1 and topped the Serie A points table. The Inter Milan (37 points) team reached the top by beating Juventus by one point.

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