Saturday's score was Ronaldo's fifth goal of the Serie A season.
Ronaldo notched his first Seria A goal in over a month on Saturday, tapping in a deflected shot to put Juventus up 1-0 on Genoa at Allianz Stadium in Torino, Italy.
The former Real Madrid forward now has five goals for Juventus in the Serie A circuit thus far, most recently netting a pair of scores against Sassuolo on Sept. 16.
Juventus has gotten off the a blistering start to the 2018-19 season in Ronaldo's first year with the club. Before the game, it led the Serie A standings by six points entering Saturday's contest, sitting at 8–0–0 on the season.
Watch Ronaldo's go-ahead score below:
Ronaldo made history with Saturday's score, becoming the first player to ever score 400 goals in Europe's top five leagues. Lionel Messi sits second with 389 goals. Since 2003, Ronaldo has tallied 311 goals for Real Madrid, 84 goals for Manchester United, and five goals for Juventus.
Ronaldo's goal was the lone score of the first half. Daniel Bessa equalized in the second half to make it 1-1.