Post Match Summary | Udinese 2-2 Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo’s incredible speed

Check out the amazing speed of Juventus legend Cristiano Ronaldo.

Goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny’s howlers fumbled Juventus’ 2-0 lead as the Bianconeri just snatched one point in a 2-2 draw with Udinese on Sunday, and Cristiano Ronaldo saw his last-gasp winner was ruled out.

It was Juve’s first Serie A fixture after head coach Massimiliano Allegri returned. Ronaldo started his new season on the bench, so Paulo Dybala donned the captain’s armband and partnered Alvaro Morata upfront.

Juve made a dream start just two minutes into the game with a fantastic team move as Rodrigo Bentancur spread the play down the right, Juan Cuadrado fed back the Uruguayan to roll across for Dybala to score with the outside of his left foot.

The away side doubled the lead in the 23rd minute, Dybala was involved again as La Joya’s long pass over the field found Cuadrado, who took a few touches to shake off the defender before drilling home.

However, the Old Lady was error-prone after the break, as Szczesny brought down Tolgay Arslan in the box, and Roberto Pereyra converted the penalty against his old club. It was definitely a nightmare for Szczesny, as the Polish shot-stopper’s wayward pass was intercepted, and Gerard Deulofeu was alert to tap in.

Ronaldo should have been the hero of Juve as he came off the bench to score a towering header in the dying minutes, but the VAR canceled it as the talisman was marginally offside.

Paulo Dybala (3′), Juan Cuadrado (23′), Roberto Pereyra (51′) [P], Gerard Deulofeu (83′)