Ronaldo goals gives Juventus the edge over Udinese

Two late goals from Cristiano Ronaldo procured Juventus a 2-1 rebound win against Udinese on Sunday to give the Turin club a valuable three focuses in the Serie A main four race. 

Juve moved into third position on 69 points, level with Atalanta in second and AC Milan in fourth, yet two focuses in front of fifth-put Napoli. 

The meeting guard was discovered resting when Udinese wing back Nahuel Molina hooked onto an immediately taken freekick to fire home the opener following 10 minutes. 

Yet, Rodrigo De Paul stood out an arm to obstruct a Ronaldo freekick with seven minutes remaining and the Portuguese changed the subsequent punishment over to end his run of three games without an objective. 

Ronaldo at that point headed in a 89th-minute victor from short proximity to take his count to the season to a group high 27 Serie An objectives in 30 appearances. 

However, the striker's objectives covered up the faults of another lackluster showing from Andrea Pirlo's group. 

'On the off chance that we are happy with these 10 minutes, it implies that we have not gotten anything,' Juve protector Leonardo Bonucci revealed to Sky Italia. 

'We can't switch gear and keep it up for the entire game, that is the hardest thing to comprehend. 

'Matches are chosen by scenes, after this numerous games you need to focus on the subtleties. We have dropped focuses too often due to the subtleties.' 

Juve knew before the opening shot that they got the opportunity to make strides in the best four race after Atalanta and Napoli drew against Sassuolo and Cagliari individually. 

However, they got off to the absolute worst beginning when De Paul discovered Molina with a fast freekick, and he penetrated in a completion. 

It was the 10th successive group game in which Juve have surrendered at any rate one objective, their most exceedingly awful record since April 2010. 

Juve's Weston McKennie was left punching the ground in dissatisfaction in the wake of heading wide from six yards and Paulo Dybala's redirected shot required a keen save from Simone Scuffet. 

Yet, the guests' odds were rare until Ronaldo's definitive commitment in the end arranges. 

De Paul's handball allowed the Portuguese forward to fire a punishment into the base corner, and the 36-year-old turned the game on its head when he gestured in an Adrien Rabiot cross at the back post.

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