Ronaldo the superstar again as Juventus beat Udinese

Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice and made another objective as Juventus returned to winning courses in Serie A with a 4-1 triumph over Udinese in Turin on Sunday, moving the bosses up to fifth in the standings. 

Ronaldo opened the scoring with a brand name drive, subsequent to hooking on to Aaron Ramsey's pass in the 31st moment, prior to stringing an ideal through ball into the way of Federico Chiesa to score Juve's second objective four minutes into the subsequent half. 

The VAR had a bustling night in Turin. To begin with, the arbitrator was approached to counsel the pitch-side screen prior to precluding what Udinese thought was the opener for a handball from the beginning, before Aaron Ramsey endured a similar destiny when he was punished for handball, following a subsequent look. 

Ronaldo's subsequent objective put the outcome without question as he took his objective count to 14 class objectives for the season – two more than any other person in Serie A – in the 70th moment, with Marvin Zeegelaar scoring a physical issue time relief for Udinese. 

There was still an ideal opportunity for Paulo Dybala to score another objective for Juventus as Andrea Pirlo's side moved 10 focuses behind pioneers AC Milan, with a game close by, while Udinese drop to thirteenth and are without a success in their last four games. 

Hoping to fail to remember their unexpected 3-0 home annihilation to Fiorentina in their last game before the colder time of year break, Juventus thought they had again fallen behind when Rodrigo de Paul terminated home from short proximity. 

Udinese celebrated, yet the official was approached to take a gander at whether De Paul had dealt with before in the move, before the objective was precluded. 

Ronaldo at that point became the overwhelming focus with his vehement first-half completion, a far superior pass for Juves second and a fine third. 

Welshman Ramsey thought he had scored his first objective of the period in the subsequent half, however again it was precluded for handball. 

Dybalas injury-time strike finished a complimenting scoreline for Juventus, given Udinese had hit the woodwork twice in the match and botched various different opportunities.