In the game against Rome, Cristiano Ronaldo scored a goal for Juventus before halftime. He scored goals in the first two league games of the new season, which is the fourth time in his career.
In the last game against Sampdoria, Ronaldo expanded the score for the team at the end of the game and helped the team get a 3-0 start to the league.
In this game, Cristiano Ronaldo made a penalty kick and took the score personally to tie the score to 1-1. However, Roma immediately launched an offensive and scored the goal. The home game Roma rewritten the score to 2-1 before halftime.
Previously, Ronaldo had scored consecutive goals in the first two games of the new season in 2009, 2011 and 2014. These three times were completed during Real Madrid.