Ronaldo stunned Madrid fans last month when he joined Juventus for an Italian league record sum of 112 million euros (now $128 million).
Cristiano Ronaldo has recalled the "unbelievable" standing ovation he received from Juventus fans when he scored that sensational overhead kick in the Champions League quarter final first leg in Turin last season.
"With the arrival of Ronaldo our expectations are higher for the Champions League".
The decision to deprive themselves of a proven Serie A goalscorer and in particular to swap Caldara, 24, for 31-year-old Bonucci has left some question marks over Juventus despite Ronaldo's proven prowess.
Manchester City too strong for Arsenal and Unai Emery
We were the best last season, definitely, there is no doubt about it. "I'm not rigid to stick to one formation or way of playing". Emery now has a clear sense of the task he faces, throwing his arms in the air in frustration as the goals were conceded.
He played a part in the second goal as well, putting Riccardo Capellini under pressure as a low cross came into the box and the Juve youngster put past his own goalkeeper.
Ronaldo and Juan Cuadrado were then frustrated in front of goal, but Dybala took advantage of their misses to convert for Juve's fourth on 40 minutes.
There should be more fans at the match than the entire population of Villar Perosa, with the 5,000 tickets available long-since sold out and even more supporters desperate to try and catch a glimpse of their new idol.
Sun is the limit with NASA's historic probe
NASA chief of the science mission directorate, Thomas Zurbuchen, said Parker is an "incredible hero of our scientific community". Instruments on board may also help to explain why the corona is hotter than the sun's surface by several orders of magnitude.