Juventus fought against eminent loss to grab an emotional 3-2 win at Chievo as Cristiano Ronaldo made his introduction for the Turin side on Saturday, despite the fact that the Portugal skipper was not among the scorers in his first Serie A match.
Ronaldo was foiled a few times the by veteran Chievo goalkeeper, Stefano Sorrentino, and his handball in the development prompted a late Juventus objective being prohibited.
Sami Khedira put Juventus ahead following three minutes yet the guests were dazed when Mariusz Stepinski levelled seven minutes previously the break.
Emanuele Giaccherini at that point changed over a punishment against his previous club to give Chievo a stunning lead in the 56th moment – just for Chievo’s Mattia Bani, under strain from the returning Leonardo Bonucci, to redirect a corner into his own net in the 75th moment.
Juventus had an objective prohibited for handball by Ronaldo in any case, in the following assault, Federico Bernardeschi handed the ball over to give the prevailing victors a triumphant begin.