Juve coach Allegri will not shy away from rotating Ronaldo

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"I'm happy with the performance, it was our first head-to-head with one of the other big clubs and it went well".

Germany global Sami Khedira rattled the woodwork after 19 minutes for the home side, with Lazio goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha diving to keep out a Bernardeschi angled drive.

Lazio, who suffered a 2-1 home loss to Napoli, pressed at the other end and the Adam Lulic's shot sailing narrowly wide saw them coming close to a breakthrough on 12 minutes.

Although Ronaldo would be expected to start week in week out for Juventus, something which seems more likely after Gonzalo Higuaín joined Milan, manager Allegri claims the Portugal worldwide will be forced to feature in a number of cameo appearances throughout the season.

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Miralem Pijanic produced a moment of brilliance to break the deadlock on the half-hour mark for Juventus with a lovely half-volley from outside the box that sailed into the bottom corner, 1-0.

Cancelo then set up Ronaldo for what looked destined to be his first goal for his new club, but the Portuguese star failed to control the ball in front of goal and Mandzukic fired home.

"Of course we're going to help him, we're going to help him score goals".

"We know that if he scores goals it will help us win more matches". We'll find out in Juve's next game versus Parma on September 1.

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"There was a risk of us getting carried away by the enthusiasm created by Ronaldo's first home appearance", added the coach, who picked Blaise Matuidi and Federico Bernardeschi ahead of Paulo Dybala and Juan Cuadrado.

Juventus have secured their second Serie A win in a row as Lazio were beaten 2-0 in Saturday's encounter at the Allianz Stadium.

Ancelotti spent most of his career at AC Milan with the 59-year-old winning three Serie A and four European titles as a player and coach with the northern giants.

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