- Ronaldo celebrates lovely strike he scored in training
- The Juventus forward is yet to score in two matches
- The Portuguese star joined Juventus from Real Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo is yet to score his first Juventus goal since joining from Real Madrid for £100million but the Portuguese has something to smile about in training.
The Portugal international could be seen celebrating wildly as Max Allegri put his side through their paces in training ahead of this weekend's clash with Parma.
Despite his slow start in front of goal, Juventus have started the season on a positive note and sit on top of Serie A with maximum points from their opening two matches.
The Biaconeri followed up their opening-day win over Chievo with a 2-0 victory against Lazio on Saturday at the Allianz Stadium.
And Ronaldo, Emre Can and Co appeared in good spirits as they showed off their acrobatic finishing and during an intense session in Turin.
Recently, Roma politely mocked Juventus after they congratulated Ronaldo for securing UEFA's goal of the season award for his overhead kick against them.
The 33-year-old's stunning acrobatic goal for Real Madrid against his current club in last season's Champions League was announced the best goal of the competition.
The superstar's effort was applauded by the Juventus faithful inside the Allianz Stadium back in April - topped the poll with nearly 200,000 of the overall 346,915 votes.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo Jnr has followed in his father's footsteps by joining Italian giants Juventus.
All eyes were on the eight-year-old as he took part in his first session since joining the Bianconeri academy's under-9 training camp.
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