Juventus was suffering to secure a win after Ronaldo left. Finally on Wednesday, they claimed their first victory in the new Serie A season. They defeated Spezia with a 3-2 thriller.
La Vecchia Signora had a poor start of the season. They just collected two points in the opening four rounds.
The old lady went under some significant changes with Federico Chiesa back to action and Moise Kean starting at center-forward.
Juve crossed the goal drought in the 28th minute as Adrien Rabiot successfully nodded a Bonucci's long pass for Kean, who smashed in on the edge of the box, scoring the first goal since his return.
Spezia returned back after a few minutes when Emmanuel Gyasi's scorcher curled into the top corner. The team turned around the game after the break, as Janis Antiste shook off Bonucci's defense to finish with a daisy-cutter.
Juventus was desperate for a win and wanted to avoid another defeat. They fought back as Chiesa scored after few moments. And then Matthijs De Ligt scored the winner six minutes later.
Juve's coach Massimiliano Allegri, "The most important thing is we won and I'm pleased because we had to dig in to get it. We'll savor this win now and from tomorrow we'll concentrate on trying to win our first game at home."