Juventus have stood behind their star signing.
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Engulfed in turmoil, Cristiano Ronaldo will look to pick up where he left off on the pitch as Juventus host Genoa in Serie A Saturday before next week's trip to his former club Manchester United in the Champions League. Ronaldo shrugged off explosive rape allegations to score for the champions in their last Serie A game against Udinese before the international break on Oct. 6 to keep Juventus' 100 percent record after eight games.The 23-year-old Pole has scored nine goals in seven games for Genoa, who have a match in hand, compared to Ronaldo's four.Inter Milan, third, two points adrift of Napoli, face city rivals AC Milan in the first derby of the season in the San Siro, before traveling to Barcelona three days later.
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