Cristiano Ronaldo scores his first (and second) goal for Juventus

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Poland worldwide Krzysztof Piatek scored his fourth goal in three matches to give Genoa a 1-0 win over Bologna, which had midfielder Erick Pulgar sent off in stoppage time for a harsh tackle on Romulo.

It was, however, a spitting offence that saw him deservedly receive his marching orders and he can now expect there to be serious repercussions.

Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first competitive goal for Italian champions Juventus and then added a second in Sunday's fourth Serie A game of the season, against Sassuolo in Turin.

"This was a game we had under control, we should have killed it off".

The match will undoubtedly be remembered for two contrasting moments - Cristiano Ronaldo scoring his first goal for Juve and Douglas Costa totally losing his head.

In one of the most revolting scenes imaginable on a field of play, Costa leaned right in and gobbed into Di Francesco's mouth.

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"I thank my teammates who really helped me and allowed me to adapt to Italian football".

There aren't many things which can get all footballing fans having the same view point, but Twitter was united in blasting Costa for his spit on Sunday afternoon with some calling for harsh punishments.

Juventus now turn their attention to the Champions League, which Ronaldo won last season, as they face La Liga outfit in the first game of the group stages.

It might not be much but Ronaldo has finally found his mark!

Five-time Ballon d'Or victor Ronaldo went three-and-a-half games without scoring for his new club but two came in quick succession at the Allianz Stadium. While the opener was arguably his easiest goal, the second goal was the goal to talk about.

"I have a lot of players and a big squad and someone has to be left out", Allegri said.