Juventus 3-1 Cagliari: Juve restore six point lead

Juventus 3-1 Cagliari: Juve restore six point lead

The stats show that Ronaldo has only been able to score two goals from free-kicks in the last three seasons that he played for Real Madrid.

Paulo Dybala scored after just 42 seconds as Juventus recorded their best start to a Serie A season with a 3-1 victory over Cagliari at the Allianz Stadium.

Juventus sit at the top of the Serie A table and is set to continue their unbeaten run when they face Manchester United in the UEFA Champions League group stage next week, on November 8.

The prospect of facing both Chiellini and Bonucci again will soon be a reality to Mourinho and Manchester United, who travel to Turin for their Champions League clash with the Italian giants next week.

Giving a unique joint interview to The Players' Tribune alongside National Basketball Association superstar Stephen Curry, Neymar detailed the affect that Messi has had on him, while also praising Cristiano Ronaldo.

Pedro could also play a key role, with his creativity and smart movements in the final third, although he will likely have to settle for a deeper role against the mighty Juve this weekend.

Massimiliano Allegri's side have now won 10 and drawn one of their 11 league games so far as they seek an eighth successive Serie A title.

"As for Cristiano Ronaldo, he is a monster".

"Everything is okay, I will make sure to be ready for the next game", he said. "The fans should do it to our players, not others".

Considering Juventus' lack of form, Cagliari will surely be aiming for at least a point in this game.

"Like all players who are not part of Juventus, I cannot and I do not want to talk about players from other teams".

Then Cristiano Ronaldo provided the assist for Juan Cuadrado's goal hand Max Allegri's side all three points.

"We have to be capable of grinding out 1-0 wins too".

Related Articles