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12 August 2018, 11:33 | Pamela Mathis
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Almost 5,000 fans crammed into the compact "Gaetano Scirea" stadium in Villar Perosa at the foot of the Italian Alps, as supporters descended on the small town in order to catch a glimpse of the superstar attacker in his first appearance since signing for 100 million euros ($117 million) a month ago.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a goal in his first Juventus appearance as the first team defeated the B team, their under-20 squad, 5-0 in the club's annual friendly at the Agnelli family estate in rural Villar Perosa.
Ronaldo, who signed for Juventus from European champions Real Madrid in a shock 100 million euro ($117 million, Sh11.7 billion) deal exactly a month ago, will wear the Juventus kit for the first time in the club's traditional pre-season friendly between Juve's first XI and a "B" team in Villar Perosa, a small town 40 kilometres (25 miles) west of Turin.
"Maybe. Of course, it helps when you see the people like you, the supporters and club like you, the feeling is completely different".
That could mean Ronaldo gets even more up close and personal with Juve fans.
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