Aaron Ramsey scored for Juventus on his Serie A debut as he sparked a comeback victory against Verona.
The 28-year-old officially joined Juve for free over the summer following the expiration of his contract with Arsenal.
The Wales international made his debut for the club with a short cameo in the Champions League during the week.
Ramsey made an instant impact on his first start for the Turin club as he scored.
Verona had taken an unlikely lead when Miguel Veloso volleyed in from 25 yards against the Serie A champions.
Ramsey got them back on level terms in the 31st minute when his shot from distance deflected into the bottom corner.
Cristiano Ronaldo then completed the comeback in the second half as they won 2-1 to remain unbeaten after four games.
Returning goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon had to produce a good save late on to make sure they got all three points with the 41-year-old making his second debut.
Verona’s Marash Kumbulla received a red card in added time after he brought down Blaise Matuidi, which is the club’s third red in four games.
Ramsey had been prevented from making an earlier debut for the club because of a hamstring injury and subsequent fitness issues.