Cristiano Ronaldo returns with Brazil after Juventus beat Spain

Cristiano Ronaldo returns with Brazil after Juventus beat Spain

Cristiano Ronaldo returned to action after scoring twice in a 4-1 Serie A victory over Juventus in Spain.

Ronaldo, who was forced to miss the previous four games by Xu after testing in favor of Covit-19 in October, scored three minutes after coming to give his side the lead in the second half.

The Portuguese finished the score with a Panenka style penalty as Joe advanced to second place in the table.

Just before Ronaldo circled the goalkeeper in the 59th minute, Spain’s Tommaso Bobeca canceled Alvaro Morata’s opener for Jue in the first half.

Ronaldo finished second after Federico Cisa was fouled in the 76th minute by Adrian Robbie to lift Zoe 3-1.

Leaders A.C. Juve are four points behind Milan, with Sladen Ibrahimovic attacking the acrobatic champion when they beat Udinese 2-1.

After Rodrigo de Paul equalized from home early in the second half, Ibrahimovic set up Frank Kessie for Milan’s first-half opener and hit the winner with a close-range overhead kick.

Ciro Immobile and Felipe Gaiseto both won 4-3 in Torino.

Primer headed to the Torino level after Andreas Pereira ‘s first half opener for Lazio and Andrea Pelotti’ s penalty led 2-1 at half time.

Lazio equalized with a free-kick from Serge Milinkovic-Savic, after Immabil converted a penalty against his former club in the fifth minute in front of Kieseto’s dramatic winner after Torino’s late winner was shot by Sasa Luig.

Sassuolo extended the unbeaten start of the season to six matches and advanced to second place after a 2-0 win over Napoli.

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Manuel Locadelli’s second half broke the penalty barrier and Maxim Lopez secured a second point in extra time.

Roma are seventh after goals from Leonardo Spinozola and Pedro Ledesma in a 2-0 win over Fiorentina.

The derby was held to a 1-1 draw by rival rivals Genoa after striker Gianluca Skamaka canceled the opening player of Jacob Jankto before the break.

David Silva scored his first goal for Real Sociedad as he returned to the top of the La Liga with a 4-1 win over Zelda Vigo.

Former Manchester City midfielders Silva and Michael O’Reilly put Sociedad ahead 2-0 before doubling Willian Jose, while the home side responded with a penalty from Iago Aspas.

Valencia equalized 2-2 with a stop-time penalty from Carlos Soler in the dramatic end against Getafe Honors.

Younis Musa gave Valencia a half-time lead, although the theory put Korea out in the 50th minute, and they continued until Kucho Hernandez went late to level the score.

Angel Rodriguez stopped just in time to stop Getafe, but Solar Maxi Gomez moved on from the spot following Diegen Dagonam’s foul, while Damien Suarez was sent off for his second yellow card.

Granada are fifth at home with Levante 1-1, Christian Dello scored twice, and Real Betis are seventh after beating Else 3-1.

In Liqueur 1, Lily missed the chance to score points after the captains beat Paris Saint-Germain 1-1 in a 1-1 draw by Lyon.

Jonathan Pamba gave Lilly the lead in the first half, but Leon Mohamed equalized for Jackie Celik’s own goal when their Brazilian defender Marcelo was sent off for two yellow card offenses early in the second period.

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Nice, thanks to goals from Ronnie Lopez, Pierre Lees-Melo’s penalty and Hichem Boud Doe, was fourth in the leaders’ four points at 3-0 at the Anchors.

Kevin Valent’s double and extra goals from Wissam Ben Yedder (penalty) and Gelson Martins beat Monaco 4-0 against Bordeaux.

Steffi Mavidi’s first half goal kept Montpellier at 1-0 at St Etienne and the Mets retained their start with a 1-0 win over Nimes.

Reims won 2-1 against Strasbourg, while Lorient won 0-0 in Dijon.

At the Bundesliga, Bayer Leverkusen advanced to fourth place after a 4-2 victory over Freiburg, while Hertha Berlin held home 1-1 at Wolfsburg.

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Cory Weinberg covers the intersection of tech and cities. That means digging into how startups and big tech companies are trying to reshape real estate, transportation, urban planning, and travel. Previously, he reported on Bay Area housing and commercial real estate for the San Francisco Business Times. He received a "best young journalist" award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

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