- Portugal captain Ronaldo and Juve teammates prepares for their Italian League clash against Sassuolo
- He is yet to score his first for the Serie A champions after three round of matches
- The 33-year-old will be hoping to break the jinx this weekend
Juventus summer signing Cristiano Ronaldo will be hoping to score his first goal this weekend for the Serie A champions when they battle Sassuolo in Turin.
The Old Lady are the only team to have maintain 100 percent win run in the current Italian League season.
However, the five time ballon d'Or winner is yet to find the back of the net after three round of matches in Italy.
Ronaldo joined joined Juve in a four year deal around £99 million from Real Madrid after helping them win three straight Champions League titles.
He also won several other domestic and continental trophies during his nine year reign at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Meanwhile, the 33-year-old is not desperate to score for his new team as he seems settled and enjoying himself at the club.
The Portugal international was seen sharing moments with former Real Madrid team-mate Sami Khedira in training.
And he is expected to be fresh for the weekend game after being left out of Portugal's squad during the recent international break.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Cristiano Ronaldo trained for the first time with his Juventus teammates on Tuesday.
The Portuguese superstar joined the Old Lady in a four year deal valued at £99 million summer move from Real Madrid this summer, as he was put through a pre-season physical.
He spent nine seasons at the Santiago Bernabeu and won a total of 16 majo titles - four of which were Champions Leagues.
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