Cristiano Ronaldo was once again produced a moment of magic by scored two goals within 6th minutes to secured narrowly win for Juventus against Udinese.
Udinese, who had lost three of their last give league matches before this one, took 10th minute to taken the lead against the last year’s Serie A champions.
Winger Nahuel Molina’s latched onto Rodrigo de Paul’s cross into the box to strike into the top of the goal, leaving Juventus players aghast.
Despite The Old Lady dominating possession, they failed to break down Udinese’s resilient defence until a Ronaldo free-kick in the 82nd minute was adjudged to have struck de Paul’s arm and a penalty was awarded.
The Portuguese, who scored 25 league goals duly stepped up and smashed the ball home to secure a crucial point for the Bianconeri.
Then in stoppage-time, substitute Adrien Rabiot sent a cross into the box and Ronaldo made no mistake by crashed a header past Udinese goal-keeper Simone Scuffet to take all three points for Juventus.