Ronaldo leads Juventus past Udinese


Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice for Juventus as the Bianconeri beat Udinese 3-1 in Serie A at home on Sunday, and the match saw a rather interesting moment take place as well.

In doing so, Ronaldo became the first player in the top five European leagues to reach double figures in each of the last 15 seasons.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored a brace (9′, 37′) and Leonardo Bonucci scored just before the break (45′) as Juventus raced to a three-goal first-half lead.

Ronaldo also hit the post late on.

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"I think this is a good way of playing and it's important we must play with confidence".

Luca Gotti's men are now just above the relegation zone with 15 points; two more than 18th placed Brescia.

It's a quick turnaround for Juventus as they travels to Sampdoria midweek, while Udinese host Cagliari over the weekend.

Bonucci headed in the third on the stroke of halftime.

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The excellent Buffon was denied a clean sheet at the death when Pussetto prodded in from close range.

Hellas Verona completed a remarkable fightback against Torino as they recovered a three-goal deficit to draw 3-3, with all three substitutes scoring inside the final 21 minutes for the home side.

Atalanta was surprisingly beaten 2-1 at Bologna, which had defender Danilo sent off two minutes from time.

Despite a slow start to this particular Serie A season, Ronaldo appears to have found his stride once again, and is back in goal scoring form for the Old Lady.

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