Ronaldo sets new record as Genoa hold Juventus

Doug Mendoza
October 22, 2018

Ronaldo made history with Saturday's score, becoming the first player to ever score 400 goals in Europe's top five leagues.

Ronaldo's career has seen him plunder goals with Manchester United and Real Madrid before his move to Italy in July, and his prolific form has continued.

Juventus' ideal start to the season came to an end in Turin on Saturday as Genoa earned a 1-1 Serie A draw on Ivan Juric's return as coach.

Ronaldo, who has been accused of rape in a civil lawsuit in the United States, scored in the 1-1 draw against Genoa.

Genoa had to wait until the 53rd minute for their first shot on target, and unsurprisingly it fell to Piatek, but his hopes of swelling his nine-goal Serie A haul were dashed when Juve keeper Wojciech Szczesny tipped his shot around the post.

United's next game is a Champions League match against Juventus at Old Trafford and Young is optimistic about coming away with three points. "This isn't good, because it's with matches like this that titles are lost".

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"We have to go into the game looking to start on more of the front foot, especially at home", Young said.

It was 2-0 11 minutes into the second half when Kevin Bonifazi headed home from a corner, and although Vanja Milinkovic-Savic's weird dismissal with 15 minutes left gave Roma hope, they could not take advantage.

"But it's a draw that serves us well".

Ronaldo had last weekend off while Juventus was idle during the global break.

A flashing header from Kevin Bonifazi finished off a corner on 56 minutes to make it 2-0 to the visitors for their fourth win in nine matches, losing their other five.

Juve paid heavily for failing to kill off the encounter when Bessa headed a cross from Christian Kouame into the back of the net on 67 minutes.

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