Juventus loses there first match without Cristiano Ronaldo. Juventus lost to a side that was just promoted to the Seria A this season. Cristiano Ronaldo's departure from the team has left a big vacuum in the team and they need a replacement.
Cristiano Ronaldo left Juventus after spending three years in Turin. Cristiano Ronaldo broke some record in the team and also won some domestic trophies for them. Cristiano Ronaldo's exit from the team was indeed a sudden event and Juventus are now set to sign a good replacement for the 36 year old.
Juventus lost to Empoli in their second game of the season and their performance today wasn't up to par. Cristiano Ronaldo is indeed a goal machine and his absence in the team was very noticeable as they found it difficult to score against Empoli today. The score was 1-0 and Juventus have just managed to secure just a point in two matches. Cristiano Ronaldo will now continue his football career in Manchester United.
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