Douglas Costa sent off for spitting in mouth of opponent

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Douglas Costa sent off for spitting in mouth of opponent

Portugal global Cristiano Ronaldo on Sunday, September 16, scored his first goal for Italian champions Juventus in their 2-1 win over visiting Sassuolo.

Juventus star Douglas Costa is expected to be hit with a hefty ban after headbutting an opponent and then spitting in his mouth during Sunday's 2-1 win over Sassuolo.

Cristiano Ronaldo has ended a 320-minute wait for his first Juventus goal by netting against Sassuolo.

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The Portuguese added another in the 65th minute when he finished off a counter-attack by drilling a low-angled shot beyond Andrea Consigli and into the far corner with his left foot.

Ronaldo could have completed his hat-trick with 12 minutes remaining but he fired wide of the upright with a first-time effort from close range, before he missed an even bigger sitter two minutes later.

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Costa became involved in a running feud with Sassuolo midfielder Federico Di Francesco.

Juventus, who are seeking a record-extending eighth successive Serie A title, are the only team in the division still with a ideal record.

Sassuolo did pull a goal back in second-half stoppage time, with Khouma Babacar heading home, but it proved to be nothing more than a consolation as Juve hung on for the win.

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