Ronaldo scores first competitive goal for Juventus in pre-season friendly

Ronaldo scores first competitive goal for Juventus in pre-season friendly

- Cristiano Ronaldo scores his first competitive goal for Juventus in a friendly

- The 33-year-old had time and space to apply finish after just eight minutes

- Ronaldo will earn £106,180,616 in his four-year spell with the Turin club

Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first goal for Juventus' when the balck and white played against their B team in a traditional pre-season friendly.

It took the five-time Balon d'Or winner just eight minutes to get his name on the scoresheet for the Old Lady.

Ronaldo, who joined the Serie A champions last month in a deal worth a £100million, made the perfect start to life in Turin.

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The Portuguese beat an off-side trap as he was came face to face with the goalkeeper, he then took his time to apply the finish in style.

Juventus winger Douglas Costa confirmed this week that Cristiano Ronaldo is 'impossible to follow' in training.

"It is impossible to follow Cristiano Ronaldo in training." Costa said. "When we arrive, he is already training, when we leave he is still training, I have never seen a player like that,"

The former Real Madrid talisman will earn €30 million a year in Turin and in the meanwhile, has penned a four-year deal worth a whopping €120 million.

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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.

Meanwhile, had earlier reported that newly signed Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed that dumping Real Madrid for the Serie A club this summer was an absolute no-brainer.

The 33-year-old revealed he did not need to think twice when "one of the best clubs in the world" came knocking for him with a £100million deal.

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