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    Serie A roundup: Cristiano Ronaldo nets brace on Juventus return

    Cristiano Ronaldo was required to miss out on Juve’s previous 4 matches after checking favorable for Covid-19 in October.

    Cristiano Ronaldo marked his return to action by stepping off the bench to score two times in a 4-1 Serie A win for Juventus at Spezia

    Ronaldo, who was required to miss out on Juve’s previous 4 matches after checking favorable for Covid-19 in October, scored 3 minutes after coming on to provide his side a second-half lead

    The Portuguese finished the scoring with a Panenka-style penalty as Juve went up to second in the table.

    ⏳ 20 minutes later on … #SpeziaJuve #FinoAllaFine #ForzaJuve pic.twitter.com/22AiB6PYzT

    — JuventusFC (@juventusfcen) November 1, 2020

    Spezia’s Tommaso Pobega had actually counteracted Alvaro Morata’s opener for Juve in the first half prior to Ronaldo rounded the goalkeeper to restore his side’s lead in the 59th minute.

    Adrien Rabiot put Juve 3-1 up and Ronaldo added his second from the spot in the 76th minute after Federico Chiesa had actually been fouled.

    Juve remain 4 points behind leaders Air Conditioner Milan, for whom Zlatan Ibrahimovic struck an acrobatic winner as they beat Udinese 2-1.

    Ibrahimovic established Franck Kessie for Milan’s first-half opener and scored their winner with a close-range overhead kick after Rodrigo De Paul had actually equalised for the home side from the spot early in the second half.

    An eventful afternoon ended in another win, check out everything about it https://t.co/CSDkvrRC38

    Oggi vi raccontiamo una storia, la storia di un’ altra vittoria rossonera https://t.co/Fk4jjkk3UP#UdineseMilan #SempreMilan pic.twitter.com/DHZTuaMWtf

    — Air Conditioner Milan (@acmilan) November 1, 2020

    Lazio made it back- to-back Serie A wins as Ciro Immobile and Felipe Caicedo both scored deep into stoppage time to clinch them a 4-3 win at Torino.

    Bremer headed Torino level after Andreas Pereira‘s first-half opener for Lazio and Andrea Belotti’s penalty put the hosts 2-1 ahead at half- time.

    Lazio equalised through Sergej Milinkovic-Savic‘s free-kick and after Sasa Lukic had actually appeared to fire Torino’s late winner, Stable transformed a penalty against his former club in the 5th minute of added time prior to Caicedo’s remarkable winner.

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