Cristiano Ronaldo has scored his first goal for Juventus, since his summer move from Real Madrid.
The Portugal superstar ended his 320-minute wait for a goal in Serie A, with the opener against Sassuolo.
Fans inside the Allianz Stadium erupted as Ronaldo turns in his first official goal for the Italian champions.
Ferrari tried to head behind a corner, but his clearance hit the inside of the post and came straight to Ronaldo, who poked in an easy finish.
Ronaldo scored with his 28th attempt in Serie A, the same amount as it took him last season in LaLiga.
The 33-year-old then doubled Juve’s lead, with a left-footed drive.
Max Allegri’s men came into the match having won their opening three fixtures, while Sassuolo were also unbeaten since this campaign.